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California man using “corporations are people” argument to challenge HOV lane ticket

A driver in San Rafael, California is attempting to appeal a traffic citation for driving alone in a High Occupancy Vehicle lane. Jonathan Frieman and his attorney, Ford Greene, argue that since Frieman had corporate incorporation papers in his car … Continue reading

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Prop 8 at the Supreme Court: what to expect at the November 30 conference

“Back on September 24, the Supreme Court held its first closed-door conference to determine which cases it will take up for full review, and among the cases were several challenges to Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, as … Continue reading

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Supreme Court rules for Wal-Mart in massive job discrimination lawsuit. Source: CNN Yes!  Bought to you by the same Court that partially upended the rules that govern the financing of the nation’s political campaigns. “The new ruling blurs the lines … Continue reading

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