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Two tiers of justice at the Montana Supreme Court

Missoulian 27 Feb 2024
"Equal justice under law" is such a foundational principle in our constitutional republic that the phrase is carved in stone above the entrance to the United States Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.
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Column: Newsom’s ads against red states’ abortion travel bans aren’t just a stunt

The Los Angeles Times 27 Feb 2024
Wade in 2022, the issue of abortion travel bans was addressed, and conservative Justice Brett M ... I happen to believe, as many Supreme Court justices have in the past, that privacy is too ... We have enough Americans ensnared in our flawed justice system.
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STRAIGHT ANSWER MA'AM

News & Record 27 Feb 2024
That law enforcement officers, like any other citizen, should be afforded the opportunity to participate in one of the most unique aspects of the American justice system.
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Ask Sam: Can law-enforcement officers be called for jury duty?

Winston-Salem Journal 27 Feb 2024
That law enforcement officers, like any other citizen, should be afforded the opportunity to participate in one of the most unique aspects of the American justice system.
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One woman risks it all for the sake of justice in gripping legal thriller

Hastings Tribune 27 Feb 2024
It’s a fast-paced, page turning legal thriller (some reviewers have already compared it to a John Grisham book) about heroes and villains in the American justice system – and the dangers of it going out of control.
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Omaha man killed in Friday night crash on Dodge Street

Beatrice Daily Sun 27 Feb 2024
Gov ... Belmont Community Scholar Jaleah Loudermilk (right) leads her fellow scholars in raising their fists as they finish a rewritten speech from the book "Justice is ..." during the African American Read-In held at the LPS District Office on Wednesday.
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Woman in critical condition following crash east of Lincoln

Lincoln Journal Star 27 Feb 2024
Gov ... Belmont Community Scholar Jaleah Loudermilk (right) leads her fellow scholars in raising their fists as they finish a rewritten speech from the book "Justice is ..." during the African American Read-In held at the LPS District Office on Wednesday.
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Summer? Winter? This week bringing all the seasons to Lincoln

Lincoln Journal Star 27 Feb 2024
Gov ... Belmont Community Scholar Jaleah Loudermilk (right) leads her fellow scholars in raising their fists as they finish a rewritten speech from the book "Justice is ..." during the African American Read-In held at the LPS District Office on Wednesday.
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Community groups ask Justice Department to investigate Austin police

Austin American-Statesman 26 Feb 2024
Protestors confront Austin Police, demand justice in 2020 ... The letter was signed by the Austin Area Urban League, the Austin Community Law Center, the Austin Justice Coalition, the Austin NAACP, Equity Action and the American Civil Liberties Union.
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AYF Holds D.C. Protest Commemorating Anti-Armenian Pogroms in Sumgait and Baku

Asbarez 26 Feb 2024
Although decades have passed since the annihilation of Armenians from Sumgait, Baku, Kirovabad, and Maragha, Armenian Americans and supporters demonstrated that they have not forgotten this ...
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Takeaways from the Supreme Court’s arguments on Texas and Florida’s social media laws and the ...

CNN 26 Feb 2024
Despite the high stakes involved and the potential to radically change how millions of Americans get their news and information on the popular sites, several of the justices appeared to be angling for ...
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Florida makes argument in pivotal US Supreme Court that could change social media forever

Naples Daily News 26 Feb 2024
Florida's solicitor general appeared before Supreme Court justices on Monday to hash out that argument in a generational First Amendment case that will have big implications on internet life.
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Trump comments on Black voters draws rebuke from Haley, Democrats

Union Leader 26 Feb 2024
... and his handling of classified documents, among other state charges and civil lawsuits, differ greatly from the historic inequities Black Americans have experienced in the criminal justice system.
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Ewing Forum hosts immigration talk with filmmaker Robert Bilheimer

Finger Lakes Times 26 Feb 2024
Bilheimer, the 2019 recipient of the Mother Theresa Memorial Award for Social Justice, also was joined by Daisy Ruiz, director of Migrant Services at the Ibero American Action League in Monroe County.
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US Supreme Court hears challenges to social media laws

San Francisco Examiner 26 Feb 2024
The justices appeared to have concerns about the scope of the laws passed by conservative Republican lawmakers in Florida and Texas in a bid to stem what they claim is political bias by the big tech companies.
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