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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Like many Senate Republicans who have spent a few decades in Washington, U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar was for the individual health care mandate before he was against it. Of course, in 1993, the individual mandate was the...
Now your opinion writers are masking their invective. I thought it was a new and fair Dan Rodricks in the first two paragraphs of his recent column ("Razing the JFX, lowering O's expectations," April 3) that reflected the headline. But the remainder of...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Barack Obama
Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's campaign released a new radio ad Monday, hammering six-term incumbent Sen. Dick Lugar of Indiana and adding to the thickening tension between the two candidates in the final two weeks of the primary race....
WASHINGTON (AP)— The Supreme Court is questioning Arizona’s tough “show me your papers” law aimed at driving illegal immigrants out of the state, amid objections from the Obama administration that states have a limited role to play...
Ronald Weich, an assistant U.S. attorney general and former aide to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, is to be named the next dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law on Wednesday, nine months after his popular predecessor resigned amid a public dispute...
Tags: Lawyers, Teachers, Manhattan (New York City), Harry Reid, Judges
CNNParts of Arizona's sweeping immigration law received a surprising amount of support from a short-handed Supreme Court Wednesday. States throughout the country considering their own tough immigration laws are closely following the proceedings over what...
Tags: Trials, Minority Groups, Illegal Immigrants, Government, Laws
WASHINGTON (AP)— The Supreme Court plunged into debate Monday on the fate of the Obama administration's overhaul of the nation's health care system, and the justices gave every indication they will not allow an obscure tax law to derail the case. A...
Tags: Trials, Elections, Health Insurance, Medicaid, Eric Holder
Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP)— The Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments on Monday over President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, derisively labeled "Obamacare" by its opponents. A look at how the case...
Tags: Trials, Health Insurance, Medicaid, Judges, Laws
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul faces its biggest court test next week, capping a legal battle that could reshape the powers of the U.S. government, redefine medical care for most Americans and transform the 2012...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana anti-abortion group became the latest conservative outfit to oppose U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar's re-election bid, saying Thursday it saw a good chance at unseating the veteran Republican lawmaker this May. Indiana...
Los Angeles TimesThe Supreme Court cast doubt Tuesday on the future of affirmative action at the nation’s colleges and universities, agreeing to hear an appeal from a white student in Texas who seeks an end to "racial preferences" in college admissions. The...
Supreme Court to revisit affirmative action college admissions like that decided in 2003 in University of Michigan caseWASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will once again confront the issue of race in university admissions in a case brought by a white student denied a spot at the flagship campus of the University of Texas. The court said Tuesday it will return to...
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