Attorneys General in 20 States Ask Supreme Court to Allow CMP Investigators to Release Undercover Footage

Yesterday, attorneys general in 20 states asked the Supreme Court to remove the injunction from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals prohibiting David Daleiden from releasing the undercover footage he and other investigators with the Center for Medical Progress obtained. Daleiden and his colleague, Sandra Merritt, are facing fifteen…

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Rumors of Justice Kennedy’s Soon Retirement Circulate

Rumors continue to circulate that Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy will likely retire sometime next year. Justice Kennedy is the Supreme Court’s longest serving member, nominated in 1988 by President Ronald Reagan. According to The Hill: Kennedy is considered the most pivotal justice on the Supreme Court, often known…

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Utah Decries Pornography as “Public Health Hazard”

In March, Utah’s governor Gary Herbert signed a nonbinding resolution passed by the Legislature recognizing the “public health hazard” of pornography, which the resolution states, “lead[s] to a broad spectrum of individual and public health impacts and societal harms.” The resolution is certainly rare.  While the Supreme Court has ruled…

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