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Federal Appeals Court Considers Controversial Texas Voter ID Bill
Four Years Later, Texas Is Still Defending Its Voter ID Law
Which States Still Don't Have Marriage Equality? (VIDEO)
Writer, photographer, explainer of the strange and wonderful
States have been gaining marriage equality at the rate of one or two a week lately, but a few stubborn holdouts may remain a serious challenge.
Abuse Against Disabled Children -- Courts Allow It
Shayna A. Pitre
Researcher and Writer
Some people support corporal punishment in schools. These people think physical discipline is the only discipline that works on some children. However, virtually everyone can agree physical discipline should not be used against disabled children.
Former Student Who Was Suspended for Posting Violent Rap Song Online Loses His Appeal to the Fifth Circuit
Student Press Law Center
Advocate for student First Amendment rights
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has ruled in favor of a Mississippi school district in a First Amendment case where a former high school student was punished for posting online a profanity-filled rap about two school coaches.
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