by Kim Trobee By refusing to step in, the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for same-sex marriage licenses to be issued in South Carolina. That's despite overwhelming support for the state constitutional amendment that defines marriage as the ... Family News In Focus, 20 hours ago
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ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has taken up the row over extending superior court jurisdiction to the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata), official court sources confirmed here yesterday. Seven month earlier in April 2014, the ...Qatar Peninsula, 3 hours ago Jurisdiction in Fata: Top court seeks word from K-P advocate general The Express Tribune, 16 hours ago Finmeccanica : Jurisdiction in Fata: Top court seeks word from K-P advocate general 4 Traders, 12 hours ago
COURT-APPEAL-NAFCOC Contributed by NAMPA / SAPA. SCA RULES ON NAFCOC LEADERSHIP BATTLE The Supreme Court of Appeal on Friday put an end to a long-running leadership battle in NAFCOC in a ruling discounting the legitimacy of a previous ...Namibia Press Agency, 1 day ago SCA rules on NAFCOC leadership battle IOL, 1 day ago SCA rules on Nafcoc leadership News24, 20 hours ago
From Left: Afton Elaine Burton and Charles Manson, imprisoned for life for association with a series of murders in the 1960s in Corcoran, Calif. on Aug. 14, 2011. Manson Direct/Polaris Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami were plaintiffs in the ...Time, 1 day ago
OTTAWA The Supreme Court of Canada will hear a high-stakes landmark case that could extend the federal government's responsibilities to hundreds of thousands of off-reserve Aboriginal Peoples. The federal government and groups representing ...Metro Canada, 2 days ago Supreme Court will tackle Harry Daniels case News Talk 650 CKOM, 2 days ago NewsAlert: Court to hear off-reserve case News Talk 650 CKOM, 2 days ago NewsAlert: Supreme Court to hear landmark case for off-reserve aboriginals News 95.7 Halifax, 2 days ago
Obamacare Dominoes: If Federal Subsidies Fall at the Supreme Court, so Do the Individual and Employer Mandates -- Game Over!
Everybody seems to be missing the real issue at stake in the recent decision by at least four Supreme Court Justices to hear an appeal of a Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decision affirming the applicability of Federal insurance subsidies for ...Huffington Post, 4 days ago
15:15 Reuters / Valentyn Ogirenko Russia's top court has branded two major Ukrainian nationalist groups as extremist and banned their activities in the Russian Federation. A Supreme Court judge on Monday endorsed the lawsuit filed by ...Russia Today, 5 days ago Russia's Supreme Court recognized Ukraine's extremist organizations Voice of Russia, 5 days ago The Supreme court prohibited in the Russian Federation " Right sector and UNA-UNSO RIN.ru, 5 days ago The Supreme court banned the " Right " sector and UNA-UNSO in the Russian Federation RIN.ru, 5 days ago
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear a case challenging the legality of Affordable Care Act subsidies, many states are looking into options that would make them immune to a potential ruling invalidating subsidies, reported Governing. ...FierceHealthPayer, 2 days ago 10 states with the most residents at risk of losing health insurance subsidies Beckers Hospital Review, 2 days ago Obamacare goes to the Supreme Court again Washington Post, 6 days ago U.S. top court does not act yet on Obamacare subsidies challenge Reuters, 2 weeks ago
The Supreme Court approved Russia's first region-wide ban of the Jehovah's Witnesses religious group, deeming them "extremist," Interfax said. The ruling, passed Wednesday, had been the group's final hope of stalling the ban in the Samara region, which fi
(Issue # 1837) Nearly 70 publications by the Jehovah's Witnesses are included on the Federal List of Extremist Materials in Russia. Photo: Wikimedia Commons The Supreme Court approved Russia's first region-wide ban of the Jehovah's Witnesses ...St. Petersburg Times Russia, 6 days ago
Last week's Sixth Circuit federal appellate court decision permitting Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee to continue to discriminate against loving, committed LGBT couples in marriage makes clear that the time has come for the United States ...Huffington Post, 6 days ago
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