Gig workers and companies are suing over a California law, AB 5, that criminalizes their continued employment.
Unfortunately, rather than challenging Warren on the constitutionality of her plans, Biden is imitating them, at least when it comes to the assault on the First Amendment.
Putting up with some drag-queen storytelling seems like a small price to pay to live in a relatively free society.
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"First trimester abortions, which typically require only medication, do not require the onsite presence of a licensed physician."
Beto O'Rourke: U.S. 'Has Completely Forgotten Its Constitutional Responsibility to Lawfully Declare and End These Wars'
O'Rourke has long been a critic of U.S. intervention abroad.
It's wrong any way you slice it.
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Sex, publishing, and quasi-legal theft collide in the Backpage prosecution.
Bargaining over policy is supposed to be frustrating. That's a feature, not a bug, of limited government.
In a 5-4 decision, the Court issued a temporary stay of a Louisiana law that could put abortion doctors out of business.
Plus: Southern border will see more troops than Iraq, Syria.
Indefinite detention carried the day in Jennings v. Rodriguez, but the ruling affirms an important principle that may eventually kill the practice.
Orin asked me to correct the record; I'm correcting it.
"No pony has ever attacked an American politician," the lawsuit notes.
A right to engage in prostitution seems like "a natural extension of Supreme Court precedent," says judge.
SAG-AFTRA and the State of California claim websites like IMDb have a proactive duty to help actors hide their ages from casting directors.
Can U.S. courts compel non-citizens to pay restitution to other non-citizens for crimes that took place abroad? Apparently so.
Circuit court judge rules St. Louis County ordinance to be "not unconstitutionally vague or overbroad."
Backpage Leaders Beat Pimping Charges as Court Affirms Importance of Immunity for Web Publishers of Third-Party Speech
"Congress has spoken on this matter and it is for Congress, not this Court, to revisit."
The 'Heartbeat Bill' was considered too unconstitutional to touch, but "Trump's election changed the dynamic."
Judges say death penalty violates 6th Amendment right to a jury
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"Thousands of women per year" would be "unduly burdened" by the requirement, says a federal judge.
Think states can't criminalize consensual BDSM activity? Think again.
City pays more than $80,000 to woman detained and searched in The Cosmopolitan casino.
If section 215 of the Patriot Act expires next week, the feds will need individualized search warrants to spy on us.
And yet: The Commerce Clause is magic!, say lawmakers
Indiana was effectively making discrimination based on sexual orientation lawful.
Obama is on his way to circumventing checks and balances with more regularity than any president in history.
Maybe Congress can't "turn back the clock" on the EPA's lawless Clean Power Plan, but the courts may well do so.
Hidden in the Cromnibus was a clause allowing the NSA to gather your private data and share it with law enforcement and foreign governments.
How Federal Agents Illegally Force Twitter, Google, and Banks to Turn Over Private Customer Data Without a Proper Warrant
Private companies are fighting the federal government in court over the Patriot Act's "National Security Letters," which violate the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.