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  1. Drew Clark: The 'least dangerous branch' must follow principle, not pragmatismRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Deseret News

    Many believe that power is the most important thing in this city. I believe that Washington is animated by ideas and by ideals.


  2. '7th Circuit Dismisses Obamacare 'Take Care' Clause...Read the original story

    12 hrs ago |

    "7th Circuit Dismisses Obamacare 'Take Care' Clause Challenge For Lack of Standing, 3 Days After Argument": Josh Blackman has this post at his blog discussing a decision that Circuit Judge Frank H. Easterbrook issued yesterday on behalf of a unanimous three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit .


  3. 2 groups ask feds to recognize Indiana same-sex marriagesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star

    A letter sent to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder asks him to "ensure federal respect" for same-sex marriages conducted in Indiana and Wisconsin. 2 groups ask feds to recognize Indiana same-sex marriages A letter sent to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder asks him to "ensure federal respect" for same-sex marriages conducted in Indiana and Wisconsin.


  4. This week in the war on voting: WI voter ID ruling challenged, CO mail-in vote changes Dem strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    One of the hundreds of black and white Freedom Summer activists who traveled to Mississippi in 1964 registers two black voters at their home. a Foes of Wisconsin voter ID law file for repeal of federal judges' ruling : A three-judge panel of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Sept.


  5. Outrageous "Political" Judicial DecisionRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Milwaukee Courier Online

    You can't have it both ways! Just last week, a panel of three federal judges was scratching their respective heads wondering why they had been brought into a stalled criminal investigation into campaign activity by Governor Scott Walker and conservative groups allied with him? The panel is mulling whether to allow prosecutors to revive their investigation, as well as whether to unseal court documents that have been fully or partially blocked out because of the secrecy underlying investigation. Conceivably, if this information were to become public and cast Walker in a negative light, the chances of him being reelected in November would be greatly diminished.


  6. Wisconsin DMV Issuing Free Photo ID Cards For Voting PurposesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Milwaukee Courier Online

    This November, voters will be required to show a Wisconsin or United States -issued photo ID before they are allowed to cast a ballot. With less than fifty days until Election Day, voters who don't already have a Wisconsin or United State - issued photo ID need to start making plans immediately to obtain an acceptable form of ID for voting purposes.


  7. Same-sex couples in Wisconsin wait on marriage decision from Supreme CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | The Badger Herald Online

    ... Badger Herald adviser Donald Downs said he believes the Supreme Court will uphold the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals' ruling, if they decide to accept the case in the end of September due to the prestige and strength of the court. "The ...


  8. Re: WI Voters Face Disenfranchisement As Lawyers Try New Strategy | News OneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOne

    On Wednesday, a legal team comprised of attorneys from the Advancement Project and the American Civil Liberties Union held a media call to discuss the recent filing of a joint motion for an en banc rehearing of the ongoing voter ID battle in the state of Wisconsin. Both civil rights groups have been working in tandem and were victorious in April in getting the measure struck down.


  9. Northwestern Law Honors Alumni & Friends For Achievement And ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northwestern University

    Northwestern University School of Law recognized five alumni and a foundation for their accomplishments and contributions to the Law School at the 2014 Alumni Awards Luncheon held today at the University Club in Chicago. The Honorable John Paul Stevens, '47 JD, received Northwestern Law's inaugural Dean's Legacy Award.


  10. U.S. court voids RadioShack class-action settlement over card receiptsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Australian

    A federal appeals court on Friday voided RadioShack Corp's class-action settlement with customers who objected to its putting credit and debit card expiration dates on receipts, saying the benefits of the accord appeared too small relative to the proposed legal fees. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago said there was no showing that the proposed $1 million fee was reasonable for a settlement calling for roughly 83,000 class members to each receive a $10 voucher redeemable at RadioShack stores.


  11. NAACP, Voces de la Frontera file challenge to voter ID lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WTMJ-AM Milwaukee

    The Wisconsin branch of the NAACP and Voces de la Frontera have filed an emergency motion asking the Wisconsin Supreme Court to reconsider a controversial voter ID law. The motion comes just days after the ACLU filed a similar motion to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.


  12. DOJ pressured to recognize same-sex marriages in 3 statesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Washington Blade

    ... An estimated 550 same-sex couples married in the Indianapolis area alone before the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals placed a stay on the decision. In each instance, state officials have asserted that same-sex marriages performed in these ...


  13. Groups ask state Supreme Court to block voter ID for Nov. 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Two groups representing minorities asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday to block the state's voter ID law for the Nov. 4 election, seeking a new way to stop the measure. The Milwaukee branch of the NAACP and immigrant rights group Voces de la Frontera asked the court to keep the law from taking effect this fall to prevent "confusion and disenfranchisement."


  14. Posner Rejects $1 Million Fee In Radio Shack Coupon SettlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    ... under my belt, most of what I know about financial journalism, I learned in Texas. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a class-action settlement that gave Radio Shack customers about $830,000 worth of coupons but would have paid the ...


  15. This Week In Marriage Equality - Justice Ginsburg Hints That The Sixth Circuit Could Hold The KeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Kos

    The Tenth Circuit has put the Colorado marriage equality case on hold pending further order of the Court. The Court has ordered the parties to notify the Court within ten days if the SCOTUS acts on the certiorari petitions in the Utah and Oklahoma marriage equality cases.


  16. Obamacare Challenge Tossed by 7th Circuit Spells Trouble for GanderRead the original story

    Friday | Courthouse News Service

    A politically conservative medical association's challenge to Obamacare failed before the 7th Circuit on Friday. The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, which claims "to fight socialized medicine and to fight the government takeover of medicine," sued the Internal Revenue Service to stop enforcement of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.


  17. Justice Ginsburg Lifts The Curtain On How The Court Might View The Same-Sex Marriage CasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Outside the Beltway

    Thanks to the decision's of the Tenth Circuit involving cases out of Utah and Oklahoma , the decision of the Fourth Circuit involving a case out of Virginia , and the recent decision by the Seventh Circuit involving cases out of Indiana and Wisconsin, there are presently now less than four separate cases challenging the constitutionality of state law bans on same-sex marriage making their way to the Supreme Court.


  18. Legislative seminar draws hundreds to discuss public policy, role of faith in the public squareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    Ron Johnson, executive director of the Arizona Catholic Conference, encourages attendees Sept. 6 at the Diocesan Pastoral Center to be informed voters and to recall past successes such as the passage of the Marriage Protection Amendment in 2008.


  19. Fact Sheet on VotingRead the original story

    Thursday | New Berlin

    "Last week's ruling by a three-judge federal appeals court panel reinstating Wisconsin's voter ID law was indeed a "radical, last-minute change to procedures for conducting an election that is already underway," as groups challenging the law said this week. That's why the groups have asked the full 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to hear the matter quickly and reverse the decision and why the court should do so before this election gets any messier than it already is.


  20. Target Says Gays Are 'Made to Matter'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Advocate

    The campaign, Made to Matter, shows two fathers finger-painting with their child, as part of a diverse lineup of families using household products. Curated by Target, the line of products highlights brands that are organic, natural, and sustainable .