1A: Several religious liberty cases on Supreme Court docket - faith-based exemption from antidiscrimination laws by a private foster care agency, etc.
Discrimination: The LGBT wars continue -“Virginia Forces Christian Ministries to Adopt 'Government Ideology' or Pay $100K”
1A: Satanic group declares abortion a ‘religious ritual’, sues sign company over refusal to put up billboards
1A,Elections Clause: federal judge rules Minnesota mask mandate does not violate free speech even though it prevents the non-wearing of masks to protest the mandate. Plus, the mandate does not rise to the level of regulating the time, place, or manner of elections.
2A: ‘We don’t need guns; we have the police.’ But, “When the government refuses to stop looting and rioting, armed self-defense is the only deterrent.” #WagesOfWoke
2A: Supreme Court declines to hear challenge to Nebraska law prohibiting juveniles who commit offenses from possessing firearms until age 25
2A: federal judge orders L.A. to pay NRA $150,000 in legal fees for case ending in city ordinance requiring businesses to disclose ties to the NRA being struck down
2A: undercover sting video shows Arizona Democrat candidate hiding true gun control agenda
4A: police ruse to lure man home so they could search him and his car - which were not covered by the warrant unless in close proximity to his residence - ruled an unreasonable search and seizure in child pornography case (9th Circuit)
Discrimination: “Applying a disparate impact standard to school disciplinary policies is both unlawful and unwise....” A “neutral policy” should not be subject to racial quotas preventing discipline for students who should get it.
14A Due Process: it violates Due Process for prosecutor to repeatedly state, and judge to endorse, that the presumption of innocence no longer applies in a case (9th Circuit)
Separation of Powers: federal judge temporarily blocks Trump administration broad suspension of work visas - meant to protect American workers in the wake of COVID - as exceeding power delegated from Congress
State Constitutions: Michigan Supreme Court rules Governor exceeded her authority under the state constitution in extending emergency pandemic orders after the legislature declined to do so
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