The ad, which "draws a parallel between a 'shady' street dealer attempting to push 'unsafe' sushi to unsuspecting buyers, and medical marijuana patients being forced to obtain their medication in a similar fashion," airs in New Jersey on several national networks.
Twelve years ago, the Supreme Court wrote a big loophole into the constitutional rule prohibiting executions of people with intellectual disabilities. A case they will hear today could close that loophole.
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The practical effect of this new legal service will be that gun owners will enjoy fairly broad certainty that they will not be hit with massive legal bills if they shoot someone. That's one less thing they'll have to worry about when they are deciding whether to squeeze the trigger.
After Brown v. Board of Education, many segregationists cited their own faith as justification for official racism. Ross Barnett won Mississippi's governorship in a landslide in 1960 after claiming that “the good Lord was the original segregationist."
"[I]t might surprise you that one senator, surprisingly a blue state Democrat with a 100 percent rating from NARAL and Planned Parenthood, now stands in the way confirming pro-choice, pro-civil rights nominees from states like Georgia that have anti-choice Senator willing to abuse senate rules."