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Supreme Court Rules on Michigan Affirmative Action Case: Experts Needed

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Supreme Court Decision on Michigan Affirmative Action Ban Is Divisive, Ignores Key Issues

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Tech and Law Expert on Aereo SCOTUS Case Available for Commentary

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More Than Two-Thirds of Americans Support Mandated Coverage of Birth Control in Health Plans

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Support higher among those who may be more likely to directly benefit from affordable birth control.

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SCOTUS Decision Dooms Campaign Finance Regulation as We Know It​​

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The U.S. Supreme Court, in the McCutcheon v. FEC decision, removed the cap on the number and amount of donations a person can give during political campaigns. Gregory Magarian, JD, election law expert and professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis, says that this decision will have a major impact on campaigns – a much bigger impact than the earlier Citizens United campaign finance decision. This decision “marks then end of campaign finance regulation as we know it,” says Magarian.

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Most Americans Won’t Support This Type of ‘Free Speech’

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Experts Available to Comment on Challenges to ACA Contraception Coverage

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Contraception Mandate Challenge Tues.: Health Law Expert, #SCOTUS Brief Author Available

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Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on the Contraception Mandate

On March 25, the Supreme Court will hear the arguments surrounding lawsuits filed by two for-profit companies who argue that they should be exempt from the Affordable Care Act’s mandate on contraceptive services. A friend of the court brief filed recently argues against that point of view, saying that a religious exemption for such companies would deny affordable birth control to millions of American women and their families.

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UofSC Law Professor Can Discuss 50th Anniversary of First Amendment Ruling New York Times Co. V Sullivan

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