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Court Weighs Concerns Over Double Taxation In Maryland

Is Maryland, an “outlier,” improperly subjecting its residents to double taxation?

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High Court Looks At Race And Redistricting

Given Alabama’s history of racism, especially in the area of voting rights, this seemed to be a hard sell for some of the liberal Justices.

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Court Weighs Retiree’s Insurance Benefits And Collective Bargaining Agreements

Agreements silent on the duration of a retiree’s health insurance benefits be interpreted to mean the parties intended such benefits to vest?

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T-Mobile South v. City Of Roswell

Is a local or state government agency required to state its reasons for denying a permit in writing according to the Telecommunications Act of 1996?

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Coming Up Monday at the Supreme Court

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Cell phone towers and interpreting collective bargaining agreements are on the Supreme Court’s Monday docket

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Supreme Court To Hear Challenge To Obamacare Subsidies

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The issue at hand is whether or not the federal government can legally provide subsidies for those states who did not opt into running their own healthcare exchanges.

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Something “Fishy” at the Supreme Court

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The Court will decide whether Sarbanes-Oxley, a law enacted in response to the Enron scandal, can also be applied to fish

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At the Supreme Court Wednesday

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The Supreme Court will hear arguments in two criminal cases, one involving the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the other concerning the Armed Career Criminal Act

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Coming Up at the Supreme Court Tuesday

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Protections for whistleblowers and home loan borrowers will be argued before the Supreme Court in two cases on Tuesday

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Supreme Court Wades into Mideast Conflict

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The Supreme Court considered whether Congress interfered with the Presidential power to recognize foreign governments in the Foreign Relations Authorization Act of 2002

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Boehner: “We Will Not Stand Idle” On Obama’s Immigration Order

Boehner said that the President’s plan encourages more immigration and “punishes” those who are trying to immigrate legally.

Nixon Gives Back Okinawa, Judah Benjamin Joins The Confederacy, And North Carolina Becomes A State

Plus, Rebecca Fenton is Senator for a day, the U.S. embassy in Islamabad is attacked and Gen. Westmoreland is optimistic over the Vietnam War.

Click here for: Friday, November 21

● FOIA update advances in Senate

● Death row inmate freed after 39 years

● PAC complaint targets Harvard professor

● Walmart artfully dodges $1 billion tax bill

● High expectations for post-turkey shopping

● 3.7 million parents in line for deportation relief

Obama On Immigration: ‘Come Out Of The Shadows’

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“Our immigration system is broken, and everyone knows it,” Obama said.

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – November 21, 2014

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President Obama touts immigration reform in Las Vegas, Joe Biden pledges new assistance during a visit to Ukraine and the Japanese parliament is dissolved.

Pentagon: Sequestration Would Require “Drastic”, “Arbitrary” Cuts

The Department of Defense isn’t taking federal sequestration lying down.