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In a memorandum to a panel of federal judges hearing a challenge to the federal health care law, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder backed comments made recently by President Barack Obama that courts ought to tread lightly when considering challenges to laws passed by Congress.Read More »
A number of recent lawsuits filed by plaintiffs allege that companies are falsely advertising their products as “all natural” or “100 percent” natural when they in fact contain synthetic ingredients or genetically modified organisms.Read More »
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether an alien’s state-law conviction for possessing marijuana with intent to distribute constitutes an “aggravated felony” justifying deportation, even though the record of conviction does not show that the underlying conduct would constitute a felony under federal law.Read More »
One week after the U.S. Supreme Court opened oral arguments in the federal challenge to the federal health care law, President Barack Obama expressed confidence that the law would be upheld. Striking the law down, the president warned, would be an act of judicial activism.
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