Supreme Court Year in Review 2003-04
CWA’s Chief Counsel, Jan LaRue
, gives us just a little taste of the Supreme Court review that pulls no punches. The opinions included in this Review involve a broad range of issues that should include something for everyone: national security and the war against terrorism-the Commander-in-Chief v. the courts; the Pledge of Allegiance-prayer or patriotism; Internet pornography-who bears the burden to protect children; religious liberty-or religious discrimination; sexual harassment in the workplace; when there’s a right to remain silent and when there isn’t; cities v. sex businesses; and the increasing reliance on "international law" by federal courts.Click here
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