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Many individuals undoubtedly have sincere religious objections to the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive-coverage requirement. But neither the Religious Freedom Restoration Act nor the First Amendme
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The U.S. Supreme Court made the right decision in holding that police officers, who used a drug-sniffing dog on a defendant's front porch to investigate a tip that marijuana was growing inside, condu
...international treaties may be interpreted in the light of their underlying legal principles. Several issues have dominated bilateral Internet law agreements. These issues...
To place a proposed question on a nonbinding local referendum on the ballot, a municipality must comply with the deadlines in both N.J.S.A. 19:37-1 and 19:37-2
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...this State and some other State or States." Common-law principles of incorporation bolster the argument for New Jersey citizenship, they claimed....
...particularly from Assembly Republicans. But Christie, while supporting it in principle, issued a conditional veto on May 9. "It is&hellip...
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