Today in Supreme Court History

Today in Supreme Court History: November 4, 1992

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11/4/1992: Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah argued.

City of Hialeah, FL

 

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  1. Spam. This day in history is a fine concept. But when the links lead to videos and books that the author offers for sale, this blog post becomes spam.

    These posts should not be allowed.

    1. The spam is to the authors’ books and videos, not like real spam.

      But they are useless. If the body had even a one line summary of why it matters, it would be useful. Including John Adams’ birthday and other filler just waters it down; surely in 200 years, there’d be something more directly related to the Supreme Court than a President’s birthday! Just shows how little effort is put into these.

      I only click the link when there are comments. I suspect a lot of people have learned to ignore these.

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