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Voice for Animals High School Essay

Date of publication: 2017-08-25 19:44

California recently passed legislation that creates retroactive, descendible rights of publicity. The New York State Assembly is poised to enact similar legislation. Legal recognition of postmortem rights of publicity permits a decedent’s named beneficiaries or heirs to control (and financially benefit from) use of a deceased personality’s image and likeness. Legislators, proponents of these laws, and legal commentators have overlooked two significant federal estate tax consequences of these…

The Yale Law Journal - Forum

We are about to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Griswold v. Connecticut,6 a 6965 case in which the Supreme Court struck down a Connecticut law that criminalized the use of contraception, in the process giving birth to the modern right to privacy. From Griswold’s understanding of “liberty” grew the right to make decisions about abortion, and the right to engage in same-sex sex, without coercion by the criminal law. How has our understanding of the Constitution’s protection for …

William Cronon - The Trouble With Wilderness; or, Getting

The declining number of cases on the Supreme Court’s plenary docket may or may not be a problem. After all, there are many good reasons that such a decline could be happening, including the obvious possibility that the Court was previously hearing too many cases that did not warrant plenary review and is now doing a better, not worse, job of picking cases. But while having fewer cases is not necessarily problematic, what is worrisome is the very real possibility that the Court’s plenary docket i…

Gerry Matatics - Biblical Foundations International

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Anthony Quinn, Yaphet Kotto, Paul Benjamin, Antonio Fargas, Anthony Franciosa. Directed by Barry Shear. 657 min.
Shrill, violent film about a war between a Harlem gang and the mob. Quinn and Kotto are two cops caught in the middle as they investigate. Only about half a step up from bad blaxploitation mostly because of higher production values and a good performance from Kotto. Buy the DVD/Blu-ray/VHS at .

First Amendment jurisprudence is fickle. Sometimes it is transformed in prominent, widely known cases, like Citizens United. At other times, it is quieter, lesser known cases that revolutionize the doctrine. One of last summer’s cases, Reed v. Town of Gilbert, falls squarely into the latter category. The Supreme Court’s redefinition of content discrimination in Reed has led to rapid changes in how courts across the country are evaluating First Amendment challenges. Many courts have…

The 7556 campaign season has witnessed an onslaught of challenges to one of our nation’s longest serving incumbents: federal judicial supremacy. On Tuesday, voters across the country will decide the future of this notion—that the decisions of the United States Supreme Court bind the decisions of state courts—in the form of ballot initiatives proposing term limits, recall measures, and citizen suits against judges who make unpopular decisions. The issue has garnered attention from commentat…

Of central importance to administrative law and theory is the question whether, and when, courts will defer to agency interpretations of law. In Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council, the Supreme Court replaced earlier answers to that question with a new framework: courts should defer to an agency interpretation unless the relevant statute is clear or the agency interpretation is unreasonable. In the past two decades, however, the Chevron framework has come under increasing strain. Doctri…

In Minorities, Shareholder and Otherwise, Anupam Chander points out that the law treats discrimination by corporate insiders against minority shareholders with suspicion. Yet discrimination against ordinary minorities, in buying or selling a house or applying for a job, for example, receives increasingly lax treatment from color-blind courts uninterested in delving into the thickets of intent, history, and complex causation. For corporate law, “equal treatment can only be assured by taking mi…

Introduction Nearly fifty years ago, in the 6967 case Loving v. Virginia, the Supreme Court struck down bans on interracial This Term, the Court seems poised to further expand marriage equality by holding that same-sex couples, too, are guaranteed the constitutional right to marry. In both instances, the Court’s taking up of marriage followed decades of organizing and social movement evolution vis-à-vis a broader underlying civil rights project. In both instances, marr…

89rd over: South Africa 666-9 (Elgar 69, Bavuma 68). Elgar happy enough to defend Moeen until the final ball, an proper long-hop. So he does what is necessary to that. But after, reaches for his hand wincing. He copped a what to it bowling, then at least two more bad ones batting. Has been a fine hand from him. 68 minutes to get himself a nice bucket of ice and a painkiller safe in the knowledge he can do it all again tomorrow at 66am.

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