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  • Noah Feldman: Court delivers win for pregnant workers

    Pregnant women won a somewhat surprising victory at the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday. The court's four liberals got help from Chief Justice John Roberts, who joined the majority opinion by Justice Stephen Breyer, and a surprise concurrence in the judgment from Justice Samuel Alito, who rarely crosses over to the liberal side. Roberts and Alito may each have had his own reason for breaking conservative ranks.
  • Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 23 Voter ID is the law; live with it Let's be clear about something: Voter ID is a mistake. Plain and simple. But let's be clear about something else: It is now the law in Wisconsin, after the U.S. Supreme Court on...

    Santorum: Obama opposition to fossil fuels "quasi-religious"

    President Barack Obama has a "quasi-religious" zeal to close down coal-burning power plants, past and potential Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said Thursday. The former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania was in Raleigh to speak to...

    Indiana Supreme Court upholds murder conviction, sentence

    The Indiana Supreme Court has upheld the conviction and 60-year sentence of a northern Indiana man in his ex-girlfriend's shooting death. Dustin McCowan, 22, was found guilty of murder two years ago in the September 2011 slaying of Amanda Bach, 19, of...

    Texas lawmakers hear bill banning gay marriage licenses

    Dick Francis appealed to Texas lawmakers ten years ago to vote against a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. Legislators — and voters statewide — approved the amendment in 2005. Late Wednesday, Francis once again pleaded with...