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  • 'Arguendo' puts a deft, audacious spin on a Supreme Court argument

    'Arguendo' puts a deft, audacious spin on a Supreme Court argument
    It seems safe to say that when the U.S. Supreme Court heard Barnes v. Glen Theatre in 1991, it couldn't have foreseen the rampant hilarity, intellectual heft and kinetic amazement of "Arguendo," now at REDCAT through Sunday. By applying the same...
  • Forget Repeal and replace. Repair Obamacare.

    Forget Repeal and replace. Repair Obamacare.
    Whew! Tough week for Obamacare. On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a legal challenge to the tax subsidies that are provided to thousands of people who obtained health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. If the high court finds...
  • Obama unlikely to alter Supreme Court ideology with Republican Senate

    Obama unlikely to alter Supreme Court ideology with Republican Senate
    The window for President Obama to add another liberal justice to the Supreme Court probably closed last week when Republicans took control of the Senate. Over the last 10 years, the Senate's vote on high court nominees has increasingly followed party...
  • In surprise move, Supreme Court to hear healthcare law challenge

    The Supreme Court put President Obama's healthcare law back into legal peril, announcing it would consider a conservative group's claim that the law does not allow the government to subsidize health insurance for low and middle-income Americans in two-...
  • The Supreme Court puts the screws to 36 state governments

    The Supreme Court puts the screws to 36 state governments
    No piker when it comes to cliffhanging drama, the Supreme Court late Friday placed the governors and legislatures of 36 states in a corner, by taking up a challenge to the Affordable Care Act that directly threatens their citizens.  The states are those...
  • Lawyers seek end to Florida's ban on gay marriage

    Lawyers seek end to Florida's ban on gay marriage
    TALLAHASSEE — Pointing to a "pathbreaking development" at the U.S. Supreme Court, attorneys for same-sex couples quickly asked a federal judge Tuesday to move forward with ending Florida's ban on gay marriage. U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle...
  • Former air marshal's whistle-blower case moves to high court

    Former air marshal's whistle-blower case moves to high court
    A federal air marshal who was fired in 2006 after exposing government plans to withdraw security from airliners asserted in U.S. Supreme Court filings Monday that the way the Transportation Security Administration restricts the release of sensitive...
  • For the record

    Ohio early voting: An article in Section A on Sept. 30 about Ohio's effort to curtail its 35-day early-voting period said the U.S. Supreme Court had allowed the state to cancel voting on the weekend before the election, including Sunday, when African...
  • 'Seaside' Property In Waterford To Become State Park

    'Seaside' Property In Waterford To Become State Park
    A long debate over what the state should do with a 32-acre former tuburculosis sanitorium on the shore of Long Island Sound ended Tuesday with Gov. Dannel Malloy’s announcement that the “Seaside” property will become a state park....
  • Supreme Court Denies Review Over Rights to 'Superman'

    The Supreme Court has denied review to a case brought by the heirs to Superman co-creator Joe Shuster that sought to reclaim the rights to the Man of Steel. The Supreme Court's action lets stand a lower court ruling in favor of DC Comics, which has...
  • Supreme Court meets to consider taking gay marriage cases

    Supreme Court meets to consider taking gay marriage cases
    The nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court met behind closed doors on Monday to consider whether they should take up the hotly contested question of whether states can ban gay marriage. The court has seven cases pending before it concerning bans in five...