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- A public middle school in Ohio is under the misimpression that hanging a picture of Jesus above the school’s entrance does not violate the Constitution’s guarantee of separation of church and state.
- A Virginia judge dropped multiple felony charges against a Republican Party contractor accused of destroying voter registration forms, although several misdemeanor charges remain.
- Law schools are graduating too many new lawyers.
- In response, several of them joined a lawsuit claiming that their law schools enticed them to enroll with misleading data about their job prospects upon graduation.
- And, finally, an Alabama sheriff decides to speak at a tea party event to explain why it might not be a good idea to make it too easy for someone to obtain a concealed firearms permit. This ends exactly as well as he should have predicted.