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(READ) Watchdog sues police dept. for records re: protests at Supreme Court Justice homes

The watchdog group Judicial Watch has filed a Maryland Public Information Act (PIA) lawsuit for records from the Montgomery County Police Department concerning the unlawful protests that took place outside the homes of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts.

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States Gamble on Sports Betting; Environmentalists Critique Wind Energy; The Problem With Florida’s Tourism Boom

Maybe you’ve noticed the recent explosion in places that offer and encourage sports betting. More states are getting in the business after a Supreme Court decision opened the door. Sunday on Full Measure, we look at the excitement over the

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(READ) Supreme Court sides with cheerleader suspended for off-campus social media tirade

The Supreme Court has determined that a Pennsylvania public school board wrongly suspended a 14-year-old cheerleader for her off-campus social media post. The case involved a high school freshman’s “f-bomb”-laden snapchat post aimed at the school she attends. She was

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