The constitutionality of Michigan's policy is not a question of what the Framers had in mind
The upcoming U.S. Supreme Court argument over the president's power to make recess appointments has sent lawyers and researchers hunting through centuries-old documents for historical evidence to pro
...The court acknowledged that neither the text of the Constitution nor the Framers' intent "provides much help" in deciding the scope of...
U.S. Supreme Court arguments over the constitutional power to make and implement treaties took a dramatic turn Tuesday when Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. warned justices that a ruling interpr
She was a woman wronged, doubly betrayed by a cheating husband who impregnated her best friend. They were aggressive Feds, willing to wield the law like a sledgehammer. An act of revenge brought them
...the punishment of flogging, which was accepted at the time of the framers. The speech drew ...
...danger as will not admit of delay.” “The Framers were very clear and precise” when it came to reining in...
National Law Journal
...prepares to examine money in elections, the justices should consider what the framers of the Constitution thought about corruption. And what the framers...
Another federal appeals court has held that President Barack Obama's recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board were unconstitutional because the Senate was not in recess
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