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  • Medical Marijuana federal legal

    August 10, 2016 In early June, Ohio joined a list of 24 states (plus Washington DC)  that allow the use of medical marijuana. As the Washington Post reported, John Kasich signed the bill into law as a compromise with medical marijuana advocates to limit more inclusive measures for marijuana use. The law includes the limitations of plant […]

  • Iowa Guilty Plea DNA Exoneration

    July 25, 2016 An eventual exoneration through DNA and related evidence does not give a defendant the right to seek damages in Iowa if he or she originally entered a guilty plea in the case. The decision by the Iowa Supreme Court, with potential implications for California, will not consider possible coercion in a confession […]

  • Tyson Foods Supreme Court Judgmenet

    June 5, 2016 The Supreme Court ruled in favor of 3,000 workers from a pork processing plant who brought a single, class-action lawsuit against Tyson Foods Inc. to recover overtime pay. Businesses closely watched the case, hoping new limits on class-action lawsuits would be passed. Much to their dismay, the courts defended the use of […]

  • St Joseph Church Kansas lawsuit

    April 2, 2016 The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph agreed to a settlement on Feb. 22, 2016, with a former church employee who claimed that she was terminated once her same-sex marriage was announced. While the specific amount was not disclosed, Colleen Simon asked for lost wages, benefits, punitive sanctions and compensation for mental […]

  • Supreme Court death penalty plea

    March 10, 2016 On Jan. 20, 2016, the Supreme Court overturned a state death penalty case for three Kansas men. In an 8 to 1 vote, Justice Antonin Scalia detailed the significant crimes committed by two brothers, Reginald D. and Jonathan D. Carr. A separate case against Sidney Gleason for a double murder was included […]

  • California Powerball rule changes

    February 2, 2016 In a cynical effort to Boost sales of Powerball tickets, officials tweaked the rules to increase the size of jackpots. The idea came after previous unclaimed winnings resulted in huge pots that whetted the appetites of folks across America. The change increased the white numbers (the first five numbers on a ticket) […]

  • December 30, 2015 Cars that run on water, windmills dotting the countryside, solar panels on every home in America—these are just a few pie-in-the-sky notions those hippie libs have concocted to help save the environment. But there’s another one that’s been gaining traction lately: nuclear power. Yes, scientists and tech entrepreneurs, many based in California, […]

  • Muslim worker religious discrimination

    December 7, 2015 A 48-year-old man from Manhattan alleges that he was terminated from his job at Bed Bath & Beyond due to his beard, which is part of his Muslim faith. He has further claimed that co-workers tormented him for months on the job after he admitted that he was growing out his facial […]

  • Debunking gun free-zones and other myths

    November 12, 2015 Gotta give the National Rifle Association credit: they’ll try to explain away any mass U.S. shooting. “Guns don’t kill people…”, “A good guy with a gun…”, “Video games are the problem…”—these lines have been trotted out time and again in the wake of armed carnage. Now there’s a new argument trending with […]

  • Los Angeles SlutWalk

    November 2, 2015 People across the world march for all kinds of noble reasons: AIDS awareness, breast cancer research, Alzheimer’s—the list goes on and on. However, until 2011, no one had taken up the mantle and marched for “sluts.” The word is in quotations because it illustrates the overall point of the march: to raise […]

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