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Juries have the right to judge the law as well as the defendant.
In ruling that police may not search cellphones without a warrant, the Court brought the Fourth Amendment into the twenty-first century.
After one of Supreme Court’s most anti-union rulings in recent years, is there still time for organized labor to save itself?
There’s no telling how far religious exemptions will go under Justice Alito’s ruling.
The court’s decision to invalidate the abortion clinic buffer zone limits the privacy women require as participants in a democracy.
Opponents of marijuana-law reform insist that legalization is dangerous—but the biggest threat is to their own bottom line.
Systematic undercounting of sexual assaults in the US disguises a hidden rape crisis.
Jails have become the front line for health problems that plague underserved communities in America. The Affordable Care Act provides an opportunity to improve continuity in treatment.
But will they apply the same logic to the NSA’s massive surveillance dragnet?
Since 9/11, the government has ceaselessly violated our constitutional rights—none more so than the right to privacy.
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- What ‘The Colbert Report’ Taught Us About the Psychology of Conservatives
- Walmart’s Pregnancy Policy May Make You Sick
- The Cops Hate Being Filmed. So Why Are They OK With Body Cameras?
- How to Survive a Cop Coup: What Bill de Blasio Can Learn From Ecuador
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