Legal-Courts (2010)

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  • January 04, 2010
    Charlie Butts

    Montana dubs assisted suicide constitutional

    The Montana Supreme Court has paved the way for physician-assisted suicide after judicial activists stretched the original meaning of a clause in the state's constitution.
  • January 05, 2010
    Charlie Butts

    Church vs. state battle convenes on the gridiron

    The American Civil Liberties Union is suing a Rhode Island community over permitting a Catholic school to use a public football field.
  • January 07, 2010 Staff

    Children best served by mom's lesbian relationship?

    An official with the Illinois Family Institute says it's outrageous that a judge has permitted a mother to take her children from their dad in order to move in with her lesbian partner.
  • January 08, 2010
    Charlie Butts

    'Marriage' in Calif. - a never-ending legal battle

    Attorneys are in San Francisco again to argue yet another lawsuit filed to overturn California's Proposition 8.   Story contains results from Monday's poll
  • January 13, 2010
    Charlie Butts

    Freedom takes a 'body blow'

    The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to consider a student free-speech case, an action which is considered a setback for freedom.
  • January 14, 2010 Staff

    Dutch lawmaker fails to avoid hate speech charges

    Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders has failed in his bid to have judges drop or reduce charges of criminal incitement against him, despite arguing that his anti-Islam message falls within the boundaries of freedom of speech.
  • January 15, 2010 Staff

    Appeals court reverses Ten Commandments decision

    A Kentucky county can restore a display that included the Ten Commandments along with other historical documents after a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that there's no evidence the county intended to mount a religious display on public grounds.
  • January 18, 2010 Staff

    Ex-border agent who shot smuggler wants retrial

    A former Border Patrol agent who went to prison for shooting a fleeing drug smuggler wants a retrial.
  • January 21, 2010 Staff

    Airline clerk appeals UK rulings banning crucifix

    A Christian woman is asking London's High Court to force British Airways to admit it was wrong in demanding she stop wearing a crucifix at work.
  • January 22, 2010
    Charlie Butts

    Abortuary operates without license

    State officials have revoked the license of a New Orleans-area abortion clinic following "repeat deficiencies."
  • January 25, 2010
    Charlie Butts

    Free speech prevails in Conn. case

    Hartford, Connecticut, has settled a lawsuit over the arrest of a street preacher.
  • January 27, 2010 Staff

    Political asylum for home schoolers

    A German couple who fled to Tennessee so they could home school their children has been granted political asylum by an immigration judge in Memphis.   Story contains results from Wednesday's poll




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