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Can Wedding Venues Cite Religious Beliefs to Deny Interracial Couples?

Interracial marriage has been legal nationwide ever since the Supreme Court’s decision Loving v. Virginia in 1967. And same-sex marriage has been legal since 2015’s Obergefell v. Hodges ruling. But, as many same-sex couples have learned, wedding vendors haven’t been the most accommodating to hosting, working at, or servicing same-sex weddings, citing religious objections. (And, …

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Getting Personal: Recoverable Damages in Car Accidents

Motor vehicle accident (“mva”) victims can recover a broad range of damages. This post explores the various types of compensation available.  It also reviews the evidence experienced personal injury attorneys present  to recover damages for their clients. Victims hurt because of another driver’s negligence are entitled to receive damages for losses they incur. The injured …

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How Opioid Courts Can Help Addicts Begin the ‘Long Road to Recovery’

Suspending prosecution and making an early assessment of the treatment needs of substance abusers are among the critical measures for success in opioid-intervention courts, according to a review by the Center for Court Innovation. While these relatively new courts vary in the specifics of their procedures, they represent a critical front line in meeting the …

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Do You Have a Right to Boycott?

Political and economic protests can take many forms: marches, strikes, walk-outs, and sit-ins. Many of these are protected by the First Amendment’s free speech provisions, but these rights are not always absolute. For example, marches and gatherings may still need to acquire the proper permits; some industry workers (like the police) are prohibited from going …

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