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Should steelworkers get paid to get dressed? The Supreme Court will rule on it

Oct 14, 2013
In November, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that hinges on the definition of clothing.
Posted In: Supreme Court, steelworker, labor

A sequel to Citizens United comes before Supreme Court

Oct 8, 2013
Today the Supreme Court hears arguments in a campaign finance case you could call the sequel to the landmark campaign finance case Citizens United.
Posted In: Supreme Court, campaign finance, Citizens United

Link rot and Supreme Court justices

Sep 23, 2013
The highest court in the land suffers from embarrassing "link rot."
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The fight for same-sex marriage goes door to door

Aug 20, 2013
Now that the Supreme Court has struck down DOMA, young canvassers are getting signatures and donations to push same-sex marriage in a handful of states.
Posted In: gay marriage, DOMA, Supreme Court

DOMA decision kicks off money chase

Jun 27, 2013
The Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision launches major fundraising efforts from both sides.
Posted In: gay marriage, Supreme Court, fundraising, Edith Windsor, Prop 8

Same-sex wedding planners get a boost from Supreme Court

Jun 27, 2013
Based on U.S. Census data, hundreds of thousands of gay and lesbian couples are living together in the U.S. but not yet married -- a big market opportunity for wedding planners and vendors.
Posted In: gay marriage, Supreme Court, DOMA, wedding, weddings

What's the future of the referendum industry after Prop 8?

Jun 27, 2013
After yesterday's Supreme Court decision, the same sex marriage ban in California, Prop 8, is effectively no more. So what's the future of referenda in the wake of the high court decision?
Posted In: Supreme Court, gay marriage, DOMA, referendum

Running interns get some glory

Jun 27, 2013
There are a lot of dopey things summer interns get asked to do, but sometimes the assignment is exalted.
Posted In: Supreme Court, buzzfeed, internships

DOMA's death changes economic life today

Jun 26, 2013
The Supreme Court's ruling striking down DOMA will change federal tax and social security benefits for legally married gay and lesbian couples around the country.
Posted In: DOMA, gay marriage, Supreme Court, benefits

Supreme Court strongly pro-business in Roberts years

Jun 24, 2013
Social issues like same-sex marriage get the Supreme Court headlines, but meanwhile the court has built a strong record of decisions strengthening and protecting business.
Posted In: Supreme Court, Alito, Scalia

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