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that published only one issue, which was dated June 7, 1844. Its publication set off a chain of events that led to the assassination of Latter Day Saint movement founder, Joseph Smith, Jr. . The Expositor was founded by several disaffected associates of Smith, Jr., some of whom claimed that Smith had attempted to seduce their wives in the name of plural marriage . 1 The bulk of the Expositor' s single issue was devoted to criticism of Smith, founder of the Latter Day Saint movement and the mayor of Nauvoo. After two days of consultation, Smith and the Nauvoo city council voted on June 10, 1844 to declare the paper a public ...
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SCOTUSblog » McDonald impact: slew of new legal challenges
Steve Calabresi is a law professor at Northwestern University and the founder of the Federalist Society; he signed an amicus brief supporting the petitioner in McDonald v. Chicago. McDonald v. City of Chicago is a huge five-to-four win for proponents of Second Amendment rights.  Justice Alito’s opinion, together with Justice Thomas’ concurrence, makes it clear that the Second Amendment applies to states and municipalities as vigorously as it applies against the federal government.  This is the first case in more than forty years to address the issue of whether the Bill of Rights is incorporated against the states.  The Court ... market research, surveys and trends
What Bolstering Gun Rights Will Mean - Room for Debate Blog ...
as a violation of the Second Amendment’s guarantee of an individual’s right to bear arms. Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the 5-to-4 majority in McDonald v. City of Chicago , said the decision does not imperil every law regulating firearms, like those prohibiting gun possession by felons or bans on firearms in schools. But the court left unanswered just what other types of gun control laws — beyond an outright ban on handguns — might also violate the Second Amendment. What are the implications of this decision? And how might states and local governments fashion strong policies aimed at stopping gun ... market research, surveys and trends

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Court: Yes, Chicago, there is a Second Amendment
in a gun-rights case. But this much is clear: A 5-4 majority of justices said gun-ownership rights are “fundamental to the Nation’s scheme of ordered liberty,” and that city and state governments therefore can’t deny them. Legal scholars will debate the way the justices went about affirming the “fundamental” nature of the Second Amendment; there was some disagreement even within the five-justice majority. But the key to the case, titled McDonald v. Chicago , was whether the Second Amendment is truly integral to our system of government. As Justice Samuel Alito wrote for the majority, the Court ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Emotional, Historic Morning at the Supreme Court
On a memorable morning at the Supreme Court today, the justices said farewell to Justice John Paul Stevens on his final day before retiring, noted the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's husband Martin, and issued landmark opinions expanding Second Amendment rights, disallowing the Bilski business methods patent, and striking down a part of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. The Court also denied review in seven petitions filed by tobacco companies and the U.S. government challenging different parts of a lower court ruling holding tobacco companies liable under federal racketeering laws for decades of deception about the dangers ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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International compilation of human subject research protections ...
This Compilation lists the approximately 1100 laws, regulations, and guidelines ... purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or opinions as to the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FDIC Law, Regulations, Related Acts - Advisory Opinions
Whether a Deposit Trust Agreement Created an Irrevocable Trust for Purposes of Section 330.10 of the FDIC's Insurance Regulations FDIC--94--12 March 9, 1994 Alan J. Kaplan, Assistant General Counsel This is in response to your letter of December 22, 1993 concerning the deposit insurance coverage to be afforded to a certain fiduciary account maintained at [BANK]. First, we would like to confirm your understanding of two technical points raised in your letter. We agree that section 330.6(a) of the FDIC's regulations, 12 C.F.R. § 330.6(a), does provide "pass-through'' insurance coverage for ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
New Jersey Law
(at the State Library): Includes constitutional documents from the proprietary period and the Constitutions of 1776, 1844, and 1947. General Statutes of 1895 includes New Jersey Constitutional Convention Proceedings 1947 (at the State Library) Searchable and browsable, but to browse you must first get a search result, then follow link to table of contents or to prior or next page. New Jersey Constitutional Documents Online (at Rutgers-Camden Law Library). Includes proceedings of constitutional conventions of 1776 and 1844; proceedings and report of 1942 joint legislative committee, and other documents. ...
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Is there a word that encompasses laws and Supreme Court cases ...
The US government was set up by the Constitution and over the years has been modified by congressional laws and Supreme Court decisions. Is there a word that covers both? "Case" is listed as a synonym for "law"; but Supreme Court decisions aren't laws, are they? "Jurisprudence," maybe? I'd use it in an informal context to describe how the laws and decisions affected the makeup of the federal government. Cases are a subcategory of "law." The concept. Not pluralized. Law is sometimes divided into case law, statutory law (the "laws" you're thinking of), regulatory law, and perhaps others. I'm not really sure ...
U.S. FTC Wants Regulations For Blogs and Social Networking
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is planning to regulate online viral marketing that uses blogs and social networking sites. Marketers are spending billions worldwide to get the endorsements of key bloggers and groups on social networking sites. One tactic, used by Microsoft and others, is to send products to bloggers on 'long-term loans' on the understanding that they will comment about them on their sites. Under the new regulations being proposed, such bloggers would be legally liable if they make untrue statements about the products or services. The companies too would face sanctions. This is very interesting. It ...