Tag Archives: Supreme Court of the United States

Bad laws in our nation ruled by law: Bush v. Gore (no explanatory note needed)

11. Bush v. Gore (2000): You don’t have to be a Democrat to question the wisdom of this Supreme Court case. In a partisan split, the Supreme Court’s five Republican appointees halted the recount of contested ballots in Florida, handing … Continue reading

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Bad laws in our nation ruled by law: Lucas v. SC Coastal Commission (anti-enviro land grab)

10. Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Commission (1992): A developer purchased vacant lots on South Carolina beaches. The state, seeking to prevent beach erosion, passed a management act which prevented Lucas from building homes on the land. That, according to … Continue reading

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“The Voting Rights Act May Be Coming Back From the Dead”

Source: The Voting Rights Act May Be Coming Back From the Dead | Mother Jones I don’t want you all to get too excited about this. I’m too excited. Let me bear the entire burden. And just when the racist, … Continue reading

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