NJ.com reports that the New Jersey Supreme Court has turned down a landmark gun rights case that could have increased the constitutional protections of the state’s citizens.
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner has penned an op-ed at Cincinnati.com explaining his reasoning for bringing a lawsuit against President Obama.
Dale Carpenter, Professor of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law at the University of Minnesota, has posted an article at the Volokh Conspiracy pointing to a handful of liberal and progressive scholars who have defended the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision.
Mike Rappaport writing at Library of Law and Liberty blog questions whether there might be an avenue to challenge the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals “DACA” program.
John Fund at National Review Online writes that the newest challenge to ObamaCare, which is likely to be decided any day by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, may have the effect of forcing the President to work with Congress.
Ian Tuttle of National Review Online reports that Judge Emmet Sullivan has ordered the IRS to file a declaration under oath regarding the “missing” Lois Lerner e-mails.
House Speaker John Boehner has announced that his lawsuit against the President’s will focus on Obama’s unilateral changes to ObamaCare. In a USA Today article on the lawsuit, CFJ’s Curt Levey says ...
The Observer.com reports on the potential for the IRS to have a very bad week. The IRS will be in Federal Court on both Thursday and Friday this week, in order to face allegations of misconduct pertaining to its inability to produce emails in the IRS targeting scandal.
The Missouri Legislature has overwhelmingly passed a proposal that would strengthen the individual liberty of the State’s citizens, by extending their constitutional right to bear arms.
A Salon.com article brings up an ongoing debate in liberal circles, namely, whether Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should resign her seat on the Supreme Court, in order for President Obama to have a chance to nominate and confirm a liberal justice before the midterm elections.