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Justice Ginsburg Revises Texas Voter ID Dissent, Then Announces It

wnyc.org — Once again the U.S. Supreme Court is correcting its own record, but Wednesday marks the first time that the court has called attention to its own mistake with a public announcement. And it was the erring justice herself, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who asked the court's public information office to announce the error.

Justice Ginsburg Revises Texas Voter ID Dissent, Then Announces It

kuow.org — Once again the U.S. Supreme Court is correcting its own record, but Wednesday marks the first time that the Court has called attention to its own mistake with a public announcement. And it was the erring justice herself, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who asked the Court's public information office to announce the error.

Justice Ginsburg Revises Texas Voter ID Dissent, Then Announces It

npr.org — Once again the U.S. Supreme Court is correcting its own record, but Wednesday marks the first time that the Court has called attention to its own mistake with a public announcement. And it was the erring justice herself, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who asked that the Court's public information office to announce the error.

Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Teeth Whitening Case

npr.org — The Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday in a case about regulating teeth whitening services.

Supreme Court Takes Up Case On Overtime For Standing In Line

npr.org — The court heard oral arguments on Wednesday in a case testing whether a staffing agency for Amazon can require employees to stay after work without pay while they wait to be searched for stolen goods.

Justices Skeptical Of Beard Rule In Inmate Religious Rights Case

wnyc.org — The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that pits the authority of prison officials against the religious rights of prison inmates. Specifically, the question is whether a federal law aimed at shoring up those religious rights requires the state of Arkansas to allow a Muslim prisoner to wear a half-inch beard.

Justices Skeptical Of Beard Rule In Inmate Religious Rights Case

kcur.org — The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that pits the authority of prison officials against the religious rights of prison inmates. Specifically, the question is whether a federal law aimed at shoring up those religious rights requires the state of Arkansas to allow a Muslim prisoner to wear a half-inch beard.

Justices Skeptical Of Beard Rule In Inmate Religious Rights Case

wabe.org — The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that pits the authority of prison officials against the religious rights of prison inmates. Specifically, the question is whether a federal law aimed at shoring up those religious rights requires the state of Arkansas to allow a Muslim prisoner to wear a half-inch beard.

Justices Skeptical Of Beard Rule In Inmate Religious Rights Case

npr.org — The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that pits the authority of prison officials against the religious rights of prison inmates. Specifically, the question is whether a federal law aimed at shoring up those religious rights requires the state of Arkansas to allow a Muslim prisoner to wear a half-inch beard.

Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Religious Beard Case

npr.org — The Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday in the case of a prisoner in Arkansas who says he must be allowed at least a half-inch beard or his Constitutional right to his religious practices is being violated.
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Oct 24, 2014

Frank Mankiewicz, who died last nite, was NPR's modern visionary, setting path for what it is today.

Oct 22, 2014

only if it's full size bars.RT @bechter: @waitwait I'm guessing Nina would give out Baby Ruth (Bader Ginsburg). #PublicRadioHalloween

Oct 21, 2014

#Scotus. Watch me try to pin down Justice Ginsburg, and fail, while she charms the audience. bit.ly/1vHLc9H.

Oct 14, 2014

#SCOTUS 6-3 ruling keeps abortion clinics temporarily open in Texas

Oct 14, 2014

#scotus. justices bite down hard on both sides in teeth whitening antitrust case. n.pr/1sdbga2

Oct 09, 2014

Kagan leads questioning #SCOTUS: whether low wage workers must be paid for daily waits in security screenings n.pr/1v6ds6K

Oct 08, 2014

On ATC,1,000 workers, 2 anti-theft checkers, & an average daily wait of 25 mins. does the co. have to pay the workers for the time? #SCOTUS

Oct 07, 2014

43 states and the feds allow beards in prison. Why not Arkansas? #SCOTUS n.pr/1vIu15O

Oct 07, 2014

Alito mocks Ark. at SCOTUS args testing whether observant inmates can be allowed to wear short beards in prison,n.pr/1nccdQU

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