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The Supreme Court

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  • The only thing The United States of America will be # 1 is as the Most degenerated nation with recreational sex, inconvenient motherhood, homosexuality approved by The Supreme Court which is sodomy, drugs, pornography, anal sex, divorce and what more!!

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Roger Moore and politicos such as The Supreme Court below and gwailo_joe

    Boing Boing

  • '' The Supreme Court's decision does not require that churches recognize marriages between persons of the same gender or officiate over such unions, '' Culver said.

    Times Republican

  • WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider General Electric Co.'s challenge to a federal law that allows regulators to order companies to clean up sites contaminated with hazardous waste.

    High Court Rejects GE Superfund Challenge

  • WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court seemed ready Tuesday to hand criminal defendants a new weapon against federal prosecutors, allowing them to contend they were charged under laws that usurp authority the Constitution reserves for state governments.

    Justices Weigh 10th Amendment

  • WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court handed a victory to vaccine makers Tuesday, ruling 6-2 that U.S. law shields them from product-liability suits alleging defects in a vaccine's design.

    Justices Rule Vaccine Firms Protected From Suits

  • WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court agreed Monday March 28 to consider whether a teacher who was fired from a religious school is subject to a "ministerial exception" that can bar suits against religious organizations.

    Supreme Court To Hear Case Of Fired Church Teacher

  • WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Wednesday voiced conflicting concerns about allowing patents for certain medical tests, with some justices worrying companies were laying claim to laws of nature and others frowning on limits that could impede innovation.

    Medical Patents Before Court

  • WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that employment-discrimination laws don't protect ministers, finding that churches have a constitutional right to decide who preaches their faith without government review.

    Justices: Ex-Worker Can't Sue Church

  • WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court struggled during arguments Wednesday for a clear way to tell when jailhouse strip searches go too far.

    Supreme Court Wrestles With Strip Searches

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