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Blood Alcohol Testing: No Consent, No Warrant, No Crime?

States have worked tirelessly to tackle the problem of drunken driving. The U.S. Supreme Court may take one option off the table this term.

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Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument in Mandatory Union Fee Case

In Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether to overrule a nearly 40-year-old precedent requiring public sector employees who don’t join the union to pay their “fair share” of collective bargaining costs. More than 20 states have enacted statutes authorizing fair share.

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Immigration and the ACA: A SCOTUS Conference to Remember?

A challenge to President Obama’s immigration deferral program and (another) challenge that could harpoon the Affordable Care Act could make it on the U.S. Supreme Court’s docket this term and be decided by the end of June.

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Unfair or Unconstitutional?  The Supreme Court to Decide

You can’t make this stuff up. Really. But that doesn’t mean it is unconstitutional.

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