Legal-Courts (2011)

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  • January 03, 2011
    Charlie Butts

    A Penn. push for parental involvement rights

    Pennsylvania's Supreme Court is considering a crucial decision for parental involvement, specifically in cases where their underage daughters are considering abortion.
  • January 04, 2011
    Bill Bumpas

    What goes around, comes around...

    A federal district court in North Carolina has dismissed a case filed by a middle-school teacher who claims she was transferred to another school because she refused to apologize for the manner in which she handled a class discussion on evolution.
  • January 05, 2011
    Bill Bumpas

    9th Circuit to weigh in on 'objective study of the Bible'

    The ongoing fight over whether the Bible and other religious texts should be allowed in Idaho's classrooms is about to go before the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • January 06, 2011
    Chris Woodward

    Will EPA's deference cloud court's judgment?

    Though he agrees with the oil refineries, an energy policy analyst says the trade groups have a tough case to make against the EPA in their lawsuit concerning ethanol blends.
  • January 10, 2011
    Charlie Butts

    County won't give blogger seal of approval

    The Rutherford Institute is defending a Virginia blogger in a dispute stemming from his use of a county seal.
  • January 11, 2011
    Russ Jones

    Liberal courts more to liking of broadcasters

    Morality in Media is exposing why a U.S. court of appeals in Manhattan has dropped a $1.21-million fine levied by the FCC against 45 ABC-affiliated TV stations for airing an episode of NYPD Blue that included explicit rear nudity.
  • January 12, 2011
    Charlie Butts

    Pro-lifers' rights protected in Alabama?

    Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, a California-based youth pro-life group, has won another round of court in Birmingham.
  • January 13, 2011
    Chad Groening

    Still fighting construction of NYC mosque

    The ACLJ has filed for an injunction to keep the developers of the "Ground Zero" mosque from performing any demolition or construction on the site until the substance of its lawsuit is heard. 
  • January 14, 2011 Staff

    TN county sued over Ten Commandments display

    A Tennessee man says Johnson County officials are promoting Christianity by allowing a plaque of the Ten Commandments in the courthouse as part of a display on the history of law.
  • January 17, 2011
    Becky Yeh - California correspondent

    Corrupt council still cadging city

    Three council members of a California city who were arrested for misusing public funds are now asking their impoverished city to pay their legal bills.
  • January 18, 2011
    Charlie Butts

    Church wins, county out $1M

    After winning a case against its county, a church in Boulder is looking forward to expanding its facilities.
  • January 19, 2011 Staff

    Abortionist charged with 8 murders

    Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell has been charged with eight counts of murder in the deaths of a woman patient and seven babies who prosecutors say were born alive and then killed with scissors. Four of his clinic workers also were charged with murder.   Story contains results from Wednesday's poll