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BP v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore

Can the oil company defendants get the climate change case against them removed to federal court?

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Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski

Can Uzuegbunam get nominal relief from his college for restrictive speech policies that the college now removed?

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Carney v. Adams

Delaware limits positions on several high courts to the two major political parties. Do the limits violate an Independent’s First Amendment rights to free association?

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Facebook v. Duguid

Does the law prohibiting auto-calls cover a device without a random or sequential number generator?

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Nestle v. Doe

Are the companies subject to suit for human rights abuses abroad?

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Freedom of Speech and Expression

What are freedom of speech and expression? This report explains the First Amendment concepts with graphics and Supreme Court cases.

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Concepts

The Death Penalty in the United States

Laws Relating to the Death Penalty Constitution • Congress • Executive • Federal Courts • State Governments Introduction Most of the discussion we hear about …

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Concepts

Transgender Rights

United States History and Laws Relating to Transgender Rights Constitution • Congress • Executive • Federal Courts • State Governments Introduction While the American Constitution …

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Concepts

Sanctuary Cities

What are sanctuary cities? Sanctuary cities are local governments that refuse to help the federal government enforce immigration policy. The tug-of-war The federal government and …

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Concepts

Government Surveillance and Privacy Concerns

Laws Relating to Government Electronic Surveillance Constitution • Congress • Executive • Federal Courts • State Governments Introduction The Fourth Amendment protects us against unreasonable …

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