A First Amendment case prompts The Onion to explain how parody works.
The 6th Circuit ruled that qualified immunity prevented Anthony Novak from vindicating his First Amendment rights.
Some states that do not border Mexico have sought to play a role in immigration policy.
An Ohio judge ruled on Monday that Cleveland State University's use of "room scans," a popular method for preventing cheating during online exams, violates the Fourth Amendment.
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On average, the minimum requirement for cops is about 650 hours, compared to about 1,300 hours for barbers.
The New York Times misleadingly claims that cases like the abortion sought by a 10-year-old Ohio rape victim "are not as rare as people think."
After community outrage and the mayor saying he wasn't told about Timothy Loehmann's policing background, the officer withdrew his application.
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William Fambrough supported the "wrong" mayoral candidate, so East Cleveland law enforcement destroyed his van and hit him with petty prosecutions.
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There’s reportedly only one trans female athlete competing in the state, but this sports ban can be used to harass cis girls as well.
The former venture capitalist will face Rep. Tim Ryan, the Democratic nominee, in November's general election.
If even Donald Trump can't tell the candidates apart, what hope do Ohioans have?
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It's not supporting “parents’ rights” to censor topics at private schools that families decide to send their children to.
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Lawful gun owners should not be forced to jump through hoops just to exercise basic constitutional rights
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The sheriff's deputies are also not entitled to qualified immunity because the First Amendment right to offend police has been repeatedly upheld.
It's "about values," Sgt. Dan Hils said, while mayor's office wishes cops would focus on violent crime.
Regulators insist Fourth Amendment protections don’t apply to administrative searches.
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Threatening somebody with prison for refusing a shot is no way to end a pandemic.
Opposed by LGBT and pro-choice advocacy groups, the measure allows doctors to refuse to perform treatments on moral grounds
It's not "freedom" to tell business owners they have to let unvaccinated people onto their premises.
A City Got Protections From Qualified Immunity After a Cop Killed a Man. SCOTUS Won't Hear the Case.
The decision will make it even more difficult for victims to hold the government accountable when their rights are violated.
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The Supreme Court has a chance to fix this. The stakes are high.
It's less dumb than it sounds.
"At some point, a regulation or a law with the absolute best of intentions will be wielded by people who may not have the absolute best of intentions."
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Don't take the money.
Cops Who Assaulted and Arrested a Man for Standing Outside His Own House Got Qualified Immunity. SCOTUS Won't Hear the Case.
The Supreme Court delivers another blow to a victim of egregious police abuse.
The original formulation of OxyContin didn’t create the opioid crisis, argues psychiatrist Sally Satel, and removing it from the market didn’t make the problem go away.
Justice Department: “It is not enough to show that the officer made a mistake, acted negligently, acted by accident or mistake, or even exercised bad judgment.”