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  • Protesters regroup at Hobby Lobby

    Protesters regroup at Hobby Lobby
    A protest sprung up at Hobby Lobby in Burbank Saturday, roughly three months after an initial series of demonstrations that followed the opening of the craft chain on Victory Boulevard. The protest, hosted by the Reproductive Justice Coalition of Los...
  • Florida asks for state Supreme Court to rule on gay marriage

    MIAMI (Reuters) - Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi requested on Monday that the state Supreme Court be allowed to decide whether same-sex couples can marry within its jurisdiction. The move marks a change of course after she asked to delay any court...
  • Gov. Walker says Wisconsin will recognize June same-sex weddings

    MADISON, Wis. The roughly 500 same-sex couples who married in June will have their partnerships recognized by the state of Wisconsin and some couples will be able to amend past tax returns, Gov. Scott Walker's administration ordered Monday. The...
  • Mayo: Bondi seeks quick ruling on gay marriage from Florida Supreme Court

    Mayo: Bondi seeks quick ruling on gay marriage from Florida Supreme Court
    From my lips to Pam Bondi's ears. OK, I don't actually know if Florida's Attorney General read my Sunday column on the continuing fight over gay marriage, but her actions Monday -- seeking a clear, quick, once-and-for-all ruling from the Florida Supreme...
  • U.S. Supreme Court and same-sex marriage

    The passive-aggressive action of the U.S. Supreme Court will not escape history. The high court’s brilliant decision to decline ruling on same-sex marriages will actually be the deciding factor for many same-sex couples waiting to tie the knot....
  • Supreme Court keeps California ban on foie gras intact

    Supreme Court keeps California ban on foie gras intact
    A challenge to a California law that bans the sale and production of foie gras, the fatty liver of force-fed ducks, was dismissed by the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday.  Canadian Farmers, Hudson Valley Foie Gras and the Hot's Restaurant Group, based in...
  • Supreme Court justices chew on teeth-whitening dispute

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court may have bitten off more than it can chew in a North Carolina case about whether the state dental board has the authority to regulate teeth-whitening services, with the justices appearing unsure how to rule....
  • High court considers if state boards serve public or limit competition

    High court considers if state boards serve public or limit competition
    States have the power to license doctors and lawyers, and prevent others from offering consumers medical or legal services at a lower cost. But what about the licensing of floral designers, cosmetologists, hair braiders, interior designers or casket...
  • No foie gras for you! Supreme Court lets California ban stand

    No foie gras for you! Supreme Court lets California ban stand
    It looks like California diners will have to go liver-less for a while longer. Tuesday morning the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal that would have overturned the state law forbidding the production and sale of foie gras. Proponents of the...
  • Supreme Court leaves California foie gras ban intact

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a victory for animal rights activists, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed California to continue to ban foie gras, a delicacy produced from the enlarged livers of ducks and geese that have been force-fed corn....
  • Supreme Court reviews NC's management of teeth-whitening businesses

    WASHINGTON Supreme Court justices Tuesday chewed over North Carolina's management of the teeth-whitening business, in a case with implications that go well beyond dentistry. During an hourlong oral argument, justices questioned whether the dentist-...