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Florida becomes 36th state to legalize gay marriage, and Jeb Bush is ‘eh’ about it

Today marks another triumph in the movement for marriage equality, as Florida joins the ranks of states to allow same-sex couples to marry. As of today, 70 percent of Americans…

The Supreme Court and Technology: Why precedent doesn’t really work for the internet

The Supreme Court will be dealing with issues involving technology for years to come. But is it the appropriate body to make those decisions? The problem here is that the…

Supreme Court Roundup: Death and taxes (and gay marriage)

By Brandon Bub Nov. 9, 2014 This turned out to be a more of an eventful week in the legal world than I might have anticipated. Cases regarding Obamacare, gay marriage…

White lesbian couple sues sperm bank over black baby

If you order the meatball sandwich and the waiter brings out the BLT, you have every right to return the sandwich in exchange for a new one or to receive…

Supreme Court week 1 roundup: Gay marriage, voting rights, religious liberty and Amazon

The Supreme Court officially began its 2015 term on Monday. It's hard for me to think of any other term that began with so many newsworthy events, so here's a…

Let’s just admit this Rick Perry indictment is B.S.

I get that a lot of people want Texas Gov. Rick Perry to be convicted and see the bespectacled buffoon go straight to jail, not pass go, and not collect…

Oops! Everything you need to know about Rick Perry’s indictment on two — but not three — felony counts

Texas Gov. Rick Perry was indicted on two (thankfully not three) felony counts of abuse of power Friday by a Texas grand jury. The indictment is the latest move in…

Federal appeals courts issue contradictory rulings on Obamacare subsidies

Only two hours after the federal appeals court in D.C. ruled that the subsidies under Obamacare were unconstitutional, the Fourth Circuit issued a unanimous opinion upholding the same subsidies. So where's…

What the U.S. appeals court ruling on Obamacare might mean for you

On Tuesday morning, a U.S. appeals court tossed out the IRS regulation that governs subsidies, dealing a huge blow to the Affordable Care Act. In effect, the court overruled the…

Meet the new Supreme Court term, same as the old term

So, what comes next for the Supreme Court? …

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