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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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Bad laws in our nation ruled by law: Civil Rights Cases of 1883 (killing civil rights)

5. The Civil Rights Cases (1883): Another testament to the Court’s failure to protect civil rights, the Civil Rights Cases struck down the Civil Rights Act of 1875. That law sought to ban racial discrimination in businesses and public accommodations. … Continue reading

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“The Five Worst Roberts Court Rulings”

During pretty much any presidential campaign, a lot of us run around thinking, “Supreme Court, Supreme Court.” Actually, a lot of us sort of yell it. None of us can remember a presidential election more important to the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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