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Anticipation already begins for Court’s next term

The Supreme Court wrapped up decisions in its current term last week, but legal watchers are already talking about a potential landmark term starting in October.

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Texas Gov Signs Off on Bill to Keep Sharia Law Out of Courts

Texas has moved forward with legislation that would essentially ban Sharia law from taking precedent in the state's courts.

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Pro-Life Leaders Raise Concerns Over Senate Draft of Health Care Bill

Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, is among multiple pro-life leaders who are concerned with the future of the Senate’s health care bill.

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Supreme Court Sides with Missouri Church in Playground Case

The case examined the U.S. Constitution's prohibition on government support for religion without discriminating against religious individuals or groups.

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Appeals court upholds MS religious freedom law

The Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act protects citizens, public servants, businesses, and religious institutions from...

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Harvard legal journal just shattered arguments for legal abortion

“Unborn babies are constitutional persons,” the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy stated in a remarkable release last month.

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Court Won't Block FCC's UHF Discount Return

A federal court has allowed the FCC's reinstatement of the UHF discount to take effect, paving the way for deals like Sinclair/Tribune.

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Supreme Courts Sides with Religious Hospitals in Pension Dispute

Religious hospitals don't have to comply with federal laws protecting pension plans, a unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday in a case that affects...

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Answers in Genesis Geologist Accuses Grand Canyon National Park of Religious Discrimination

Andrew Snelling, a Christian research geologist who also serves as the editor-in-chief of the online Answers Research Journal...

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Trump Picks 10 New Lifelong Federal Judges: Here's the List

President Donald Trump nominated 10 people Monday for the lower federal courts.

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