The U.S. Supreme Court has returned from its summer break and will begin hearing new cases on Monday from its 2014-2015 term. As in previous years, the Court once again finds itself at the center of some of the most contentious disputes in American politics, from the conflict over aggressive law enforcement tactics to the debate over government accommodations for religious liberty to the argument about occupational licensing abuse. Senior Editor Damon Root reports on the three Supreme Court cases to watch in October 2014.
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The department will update its training to remind officers that citizens should not be arrested for exercising their First Amendment rights.
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