WASHINGTON (AP) — Thirty years after failing to convince the Supreme Court of the threat posed by home video recordings...
Apr 21 2014, 3:08am CDT
An Oklahoma state Supreme Court has ruled that Gov. Mary Fallin can go ahead with her bid to repeal Common Core standards. Chuck Todd weighs in on the string of red-state Republican governors who previously supported the Common Core and now push to repeal ...
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Supreme Court will weigh police power to search arrestees' cellphones without a warrant
Jan 17 2014, 2:51pm CST
Source: Politics - The Huffington Post
President Barack Obama suffered a setback Tuesday in a legal battle that threatens to unravel his health care reform law. A federal appeals court panel, led by two Republican-appointed judges and opposed by one Democratic appointee, voted that ambiguous wording in the the Affordable Care Act means residents of states that didn't establish their own health insurance exchanges aren't eligible fo ...
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The Supreme Court of India shall now be governed by the Supreme Court Rules of 2013 following the notification of the same in the Gazette of Ind ...
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1 hour ago
The battle between broadcasters and Aereo, a startup that offers television programming over the internet, will be...
Jan 11 2014, 7:11am CST
Source: WOSU Public Media Columbus NPR
Democrats in the Ohio Legislature are introducing a bill that they say would require employer provided health care insurance plans that cover prescription drugs to cover contraceptives under the same terms without charging a co-pay.
Democratic State Rep. Kathleen Clyde says the bill would make sure Ohio companies would not be able to use religious freedom as Hobby Lobby did in a recent Supreme Court case as a way to preve ...
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Source: Post Politics: - The Washington Post
Do you Read In? Sign up here to get all the political news you need, delivered every weekday to your inbox at 8 a.m. ET! A1: The stories you need to read before your first conference call. -- Judges on two separate U.S. Courts of Appeals issued contradictory rulings on the constitutionality of insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act that help millions afford health care in states that did not choose to set up their own insu ...
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Supreme Court justices wary of bold action by judges weighing new technology, privacy issues
Jan 7 2014, 2:16pm CST