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I have been following the Sheppard case and the Franks case the last couple of years with a somewhat dispassionate interest. The wheels of justice grind and they do grind slow.
I have been following the Sheppard case and the Franks case the last couple of years with a somewhat dispassionate interest. The wheels of justice grind and they do grind slow.
 
The original judge in North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit disputes the notion that a judge can force other government actors to spend more money on education.
The original judge in North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit disputes the notion that a judge can force other government actors to spend more money on education.
 
When not doing backflips, Garrett Lawless is helping his family flip houses. Always composed, Lawless balances his regional-level gymnastics competition with multiple business endeavors, as well as volunteer commitments.
When not doing backflips, Garrett Lawless is helping his family flip houses. Always composed, Lawless balances his regional-level gymnastics competition with multiple business endeavors, as well as volunteer commitments.
 
Voters would bear the brunt of the harm if the N.C. Supreme Court decides to boot two of its members from considering a high-profile case involving voter ID.
Voters would bear the brunt of the harm if the N.C. Supreme Court decides to boot two of its members from considering a high-profile case involving voter ID.
 
Nearly two dozen N.C. law professors have signed on to two new friend-of-the-court briefs in a high-profile N.C. Supreme Court case involving voter ID. Both briefs filed Tuesday urge the state Supreme Court to remove two Republican justices from hearing the case.
Nearly two dozen N.C. law professors have signed on to two new friend-of-the-court briefs in a high-profile N.C. Supreme Court case involving voter ID. Both briefs filed Tuesday urge the state Supreme Court to remove two Republican justices from hearing the case.
 
Not enough time. That was a consistent theme Monday, Oct. 25, as residents shared with lawmakers their thoughts on the proposed election maps, drawn after the results of the 2020 census.
Not enough time. That was a consistent theme Monday, Oct. 25, as residents shared with lawmakers their thoughts on the proposed election maps, drawn after the results of the 2020 census.
 
With his state of emergency declaration now surpassing 600 days, Governor Cooper vetoed House Bill 264, the Emergency Powers Accountability Act, which seeks to strengthen and clarify current emergency management laws to restore checks and balances over the governor’s executive powers.
With his state of emergency declaration now surpassing 600 days, Governor Cooper vetoed House Bill 264, the Emergency Powers Accountability Act, which seeks to strengthen and clarify current emergency management laws to restore checks and balances over the governor’s executive powers.
 
An alliance of Christian schools and female athletes are trying to intervene in a lawsuit challenging President Joe Biden’s reinterpretation of sex discrimination, which would effectively allow some biological males to compete against girls in school sports and allow access to their bathrooms.
An alliance of Christian schools and female athletes are trying to intervene in a lawsuit challenging President Joe Biden’s reinterpretation of sex discrimination, which would effectively allow some biological males to compete against girls in school sports and allow access to their bathrooms.
 
Disgraced Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, a Democrat from New York, agreed to a plea deal on Monday, allowing Warren to bypass trial on numerous charges and escape any potential prison time.
Disgraced Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, a Democrat from New York, agreed to a plea deal on Monday, allowing Warren to bypass trial on numerous charges and escape any potential prison time.
 
Six new bills became law Friday as Gov. Roy Cooper gave his signature to relatively non-controversial measures passed by the N.C. General Assembly.
Six new bills became law Friday as Gov. Roy Cooper gave his signature to relatively non-controversial measures passed by the N.C. General Assembly.
 
Accountability for publicly funded school choice programs should primarily come through parent empowerment, not regulatory overreach. That’s the assessment of a new report from Notre Dame Law School scholar Nicole Stelle Garnett published by the Manhattan Institute.
Accountability for publicly funded school choice programs should primarily come through parent empowerment, not regulatory overreach. That’s the assessment of a new report from Notre Dame Law School scholar Nicole Stelle Garnett published by the Manhattan Institute.
 
Alan Reynolds writes at National Review Online about critical problems within common arguments against Big Tech.
Alan Reynolds writes at National Review Online about critical problems within common arguments against Big Tech.
 
Law schools in the U.S. used to be run by no-nonsense individuals who, whatever their personal politics, thought that their institutions existed to teach students about the law, not to engage in advocacy or speculation.
Law schools in the U.S. used to be run by no-nonsense individuals who, whatever their personal politics, thought that their institutions existed to teach students about the law, not to engage in advocacy or speculation.
 
A federal judge heard arguments from both sides of a federal lawsuit over Texas’s new pro-life law on Friday and will now make a decision on the case.
A federal judge heard arguments from both sides of a federal lawsuit over Texas’s new pro-life law on Friday and will now make a decision on the case.
 
On Thursday, California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom signed a multitude of bills targeting law enforcement, prompting criticism from police organizations.
On Thursday, California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom signed a multitude of bills targeting law enforcement, prompting criticism from police organizations.
 
The head of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law raises serious questions about a plan to block two N.C. Supreme Court justices from hearing a case involving voter ID.
The head of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law raises serious questions about a plan to block two N.C. Supreme Court justices from hearing a case involving voter ID.
 
Betsy McCaughey writes for the New York Post about Democrats’ ongoing campaign to eliminate election rules that promote ballot integrity.
Betsy McCaughey writes for the New York Post about Democrats’ ongoing campaign to eliminate election rules that promote ballot integrity.
 
A unanimous three-judge panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed the state’s decision to award InSight Health Corp. a certificate of need for a mobile PET/CT scanner.
A unanimous three-judge panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed the state’s decision to award InSight Health Corp. a certificate of need for a mobile PET/CT scanner.
 
At least one judge considering the latest certificate-of-need case at the N.C. Court of Appeals sees a key problem with the state’s CON law.
At least one judge considering the latest certificate-of-need case at the N.C. Court of Appeals sees a key problem with the state’s CON law.
 
The University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) is facing fresh calls for an investigation on its federally funded research on fetal tissue, after information surfaced that many say is troubling.
The University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) is facing fresh calls for an investigation on its federally funded research on fetal tissue, after information surfaced that many say is troubling.
 
A federal lawsuit challenging a North Carolina charter school’s dress code will head back to a trial court.
 
Cases involving a high-profile political activist and a controversial state medical regulation await the N.C. Court of Appeals as it returns to regular in-person hearings this week.
Cases involving a high-profile political activist and a controversial state medical regulation await the N.C. Court of Appeals as it returns to regular in-person hearings this week.
 
Paul Mirengoff of the Powerline blog exposes the Biden administration’s changing attitude about Arizona’s election rules.
Paul Mirengoff of the Powerline blog exposes the Biden administration’s changing attitude about Arizona’s election rules.
 
James Antle of the Washington Examiner looks into one potential side effect of New York’s recent election controversy.
James Antle of the Washington Examiner looks into one potential side effect of New York’s recent election controversy.
 
While searching the Internet today, I noticed references to a whistleblower case about the Covid 19 virus that was the subject of a lawsuit.
While searching the Internet today, I noticed references to a whistleblower case about the Covid 19 virus that was the subject of a lawsuit.
 
Margot Cleveland of the Federalist explains how the Voting Rights Act plays into the Biden administration’s challenge against Georgia’s new voting law.
Margot Cleveland of the Federalist explains how the Voting Rights Act plays into the Biden administration’s challenge against Georgia’s new voting law.
 
Florida is now one of several states that have legislated against teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT) in the classroom.
Florida is now one of several states that have legislated against teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT) in the classroom.
 
My research brief today answers nine questions about the remarkably “unremarkable” Certificate of Need (CON) law case just decided in the N.C. Court of Appeals.
My research brief today answers nine questions about the remarkably “unremarkable” Certificate of Need (CON) law case just decided in the N.C. Court of Appeals.
 
Government officials need to know that illegal restrictions on First Amendment rights are intolerable and costly
Government officials need to know that illegal restrictions on First Amendment rights are intolerable and costly
 
James Antle of the Washington Examiner reports that a recent spike in crime could have a negative impact on bipartisan law enforcement reforms.
James Antle of the Washington Examiner reports that a recent spike in crime could have a negative impact on bipartisan law enforcement reforms.
 
The General Assembly may allocate hundreds of millions in federal relief toward closing the digital divide this session
The General Assembly may allocate hundreds of millions in federal relief toward closing the digital divide this session
 
A law firm in Ohio known as Renx Law who has file suit on behalf of an organization known as America's Frontline Doctors and that the suit had been filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.
A law firm in Ohio known as Renx Law who has file suit on behalf of an organization known as America's Frontline Doctors and that the suit had been filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.
 
The purpose of the certificate-of-need law, according to the state health department, is to restrict “unnecessary cost increases” and “limit unnecessary services” in health care across the state.
The purpose of the certificate-of-need law, according to the state health department, is to restrict “unnecessary cost increases” and “limit unnecessary services” in health care across the state.
 
Fox News host Chris Wallace confronted Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) over the weekend after the Republican moved to end one county’s 24 hour and drive-through voting.
Fox News host Chris Wallace confronted Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) over the weekend after the Republican moved to end one county’s 24 hour and drive-through voting.
 
A panel of experts on Tuesday told Republicans on the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis that they are convinced COVID-19 originated in a lab in Wuhan, China.
A panel of experts on Tuesday told Republicans on the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis that they are convinced COVID-19 originated in a lab in Wuhan, China.
 
Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz spoke out on Wednesday to react to Donald Trump’s Big Tech lawsuit against Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz spoke out on Wednesday to react to Donald Trump’s Big Tech lawsuit against Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
 
Things aren't always negative and the bad guys don't always win. What if common sense could explain everything?
Things aren't always negative and the bad guys don't always win. What if common sense could explain everything?
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld Arizona’s bans against ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct Election Day voting.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld Arizona’s bans against ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct Election Day voting.
 
Legislators in both the N.C. House and Senate took a short break from pressing business today to mark the 91st birthday of Thomas Sowell.
Legislators in both the N.C. House and Senate took a short break from pressing business today to mark the 91st birthday of Thomas Sowell.
 
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