"Justiceline: June 8, 2011"
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- The Eleventh Circuit will become the third court of appeals to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act today. During that hearing, they will have the unique privilege of reviewing one of the most error filed legal opinions in recent history.
- The Connecticut senate passed a bill that will extend anti-discrimination rights to transgendered persons.
- A Virginia school board voted 3-2 to post an unconstitutional Ten Commandments display, despite the looming threat of expensive litigation.
- The right-wing Institute for Justice is suing to knock out Washington’s campaign contributions limit for recall campaigns.
- Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) is holding a hearing on why he can’t hold a hearing to embarrass the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
- And finally, yet another school district has been caught blocking access to LGBT websites.