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24 Oct 2014, 1:31 pm by Karen Hoffmann
In 2011, the Commission decided Jessica Lenahan (Gonzales) v. [read post]
17 Aug 2014, 6:46 pm by Bill Otis
 To my knowledge, after dozens if not hundreds of challenges, not a single court has held the CSA unconstitutional, and the most serious challenge to it was rejected almost ten years ago in Gonzales v. [read post]
8 Jul 2014, 9:38 am
Drug laws have been held to be justified under the Commerce Clause and the Necessary and Proper Clause; RFRA exemptions from drug laws, as in Gonzales v. [read post]
3 Jul 2014, 6:51 am by O. Carter Snead
  In numerous past cases, the Court has recognized free exercise protections (including under RFRA) for non-profit business associations (e.g., Gonzales v. [read post]
Holder, Judge Gonzales Rogers required ICE to give bond hearings to people picked up by ICE in their communities throughout the state of California. [read post]
14 May 2014, 3:47 am by SHG
Gonzales that there already was a right to be forgotten, and Google better shape up. [read post]
2 Apr 2014, 9:01 pm by Marci A. Hamilton
The 2006 RFRA Decision Holding That a Small Religious Group Has Rights to Use an Untested and Illegal Drug In 2006, in its first and only RFRA decision on the merits to date, the Supreme Court held in Gonzales v. [read post]
24 Mar 2014, 4:32 am
Here’s how Chief Justice John Roberts put it in Gonzales v. [read post]
28 Feb 2014, 11:11 am by Rick Garnett
So, by enacting RFRA, Congress and the president responded to the Court’s invitation and specifically invited – indeed, required – what the Justices (without dissent) called in Gonzales v. [read post]
25 Feb 2014, 5:16 am
Let's not forget that abortion-rights advocates have also objected to the word "mother," most notably when Justice Kennedy used it in Gonzales v. [read post]
20 Feb 2014, 9:06 am by Michael Dorf
   That should not have been a fully satisfactory response to the Establishment Clause objection, because it fails to answer the question of why the government can lift burdens it has created for people with religious scruples but not for people with other sorts of scruples. [read post]
18 Feb 2014, 8:12 am by Ira Lupu and Robert Tuttle
That was the government’s approach, albeit a losing one, in Gonzales v. [read post]
27 Jan 2014, 12:20 pm
Both history and common sense make amply clear that people can identify with a certain religion, notwithstanding their lack of detailed knowledge about that religion’s doctrinal tenets, and that those same people can be persecuted for their religious affiliation. [read post]