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23 Jun 2020, 5:50 am by Kevin Kaufman
Key Findings In nearly two of every three households in America with dependents, more than one person works to make ends meet. [read post]
21 Jun 2020, 4:10 pm by INFORRM
Carter Ruck, the law firm representing the Palestinian Return Centre, also published the news on their website. [read post]
12 Jun 2020, 3:17 pm by fvanloon
The particular risks associated with mailed ballots were acknowledged 15 years ago by the bi-partisan Carter-Baker Commission. [read post]
27 May 2020, 6:31 am by David Kris
We’ve seen attacks targeting people because of their race or religion in places like Pittsburgh, Poway, and El Paso. [read post]
26 May 2020, 3:06 pm by Patricia Hughes
There are exemptions to these provisions for people in specified categories as long as they have no symptoms. [read post]
1 May 2020, 12:32 pm by Quinta Jurecic, Benjamin Wittes
A lot of people seem to be expecting his sudden vindication. [read post]
28 Apr 2020, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
I had an all-star roster of professors: Guido Calabresi, for torts; Stephen Carter, contracts; Owen Fiss, civil procedure; Rob Harrison, legal research; and Kate Stith, who taught my small-group course in constitutional law. [read post]
20 Apr 2020, 4:42 pm by INFORRM
  While words can mean different things to different people, in libel the parties are concerned with finding the single meaning the words complained of bear. [read post]
17 Apr 2020, 1:06 pm by Michael Morley
The Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform, the Bauer-Ginsberg Presidential Commission on Election Administration and even progressive groups such as the Brennan Center for Justice acknowledge that, when election fraud occurs, it usually arises from absentee ballots. [read post]
10 Mar 2020, 9:48 am by Patricia Hughes
The existing Criminal Code provisions, enacted after the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Carter, had been criticised on several grounds, particularly in requiring death to be “reasonably foreseeable” before someone is eligible for medical assistance in dying. [read post]