Should Illegal Immigrants be granted Tuition?
The United States has a firm policy of prohibiting illegal immigration based on the
Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Although this act is reinforced by border patrol,
November 06, 2012
Should Courts Be Allowed to Block Medicaid Funds?
Medicaid is the United States health program for certain people with disabilities and fam ily who have limited incomes. Medicaid is also the larges
Study Guide Chapters 20-26
1. Which of the following is not a type of horizontal restraint?
A. tying agreement
B. allocation of markets
2. In Texaco Inc. v. Dagher et al., two oil refiners and gas suppliers, Texaco a
The U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Blood Tests for Drunk Driving Suspects Require a Search
Warrant: A Wise Decision?
Missouris push to more easily draw blood from people suspected of driving drunk
failed to convince U.S. Supreme Court
Seneca Falls Redux: New Yorks Governor Cuomo Pushes A New Law to Protect Womens Rights
Last week, New Yorks Governor, Andrew Cuomo, proposed a bill to the state legislature
entitled the Womens Equality Act (WEA). It is a broad-based b
Economic Stagnation, Social Security, and the Future: Young People Should Blame the
Rich and Powerful, Not the Baby Boomers
Every spring, a renewed round of anguished wails arises from Washington, when
the annual Social Security Trust
Changing Our Attitudes Toward Health Policies
In the past week, two major news stories have sparked discussions across the nation
about our attitudes toward preventive health policies. Although ostensibly very different, the two
A Difference of Opinion: Are Universal Life Church Weddings Valid in New York?
Throughout the years, it has become easier and easier to marry two people; nowadays,
all you need is the Internet to become a licensed minister through Uni
The Newtown School Massacre; Connecticuts New, Related Law; and How Such Laws Might
Change in the Future
On June 5, the Connecticut legislature passed a law banning the release of crime-scene
photos and videos from the tragic massacre
What Should the Supreme Court do With Town Board Prayers in Galloway v. Town of
Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court granted review in an important case involving
the First Amendments Establishment Clause, Galloway v. Town of Gree
Birthright: The Iowa Supreme Court Allows a Lesbian Co-Parent to Be Listed on an Infants
Recently, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled that the state was constitutionally required to list the
spouse of the mother, regardless
Abuse in the Sports World, and What Needs to Be Done About It
Everyone speaks about how our children are the future of society and without the right
guidance, they will not be able to live sufficiently and better the world. If this is
The Road to Justice Scalia Is Paved With (Some) Intentions: The Supreme Court Decides Maryland
Last week, the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Maryland v. King,
upholding a Maryland law authorizing the collectio
Whom Should Chris Christie Name to Frank Lautenbergs Senate Seat?
Sadly on June 3, 2013, New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg passed away at the
age of 89. Lautenberg had a long and distinguished career in the Senate. He was a
Antipathy to Lawyers and Litigation as a Bullies Will Be Bullies Attitude
On May 16, The New York Times published an article that described, among other things,
the following research finding: Medical malpractice liability improves, rat
Business Law I Study Guide Chapters 11-16
1. In California, courts determine independent contractor status by considering each of
the following except:
A. whether the worker is engaged in a distinct occupation or business.
B. whether the work i