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U.S. Supreme Court halts voter ID law

Joe Ballard, News Editor October 16, 2014

Voting 6-3, the Supreme Court halted the implementation of the Voter ID law for the upcoming election on Thursday Oct, 29. The Voter ID law that required all voters to provide government issued identification...

More money being thrown into the election than ever

Jason Cuevas, News Editor October 30, 2012

When the Supreme Court ruled in the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission case, it completely changed the way money used in elections. The country is in the midst of the greatest amount of spending...

Supreme Court considering case on affirmative action in college admissions

Michael Patton, Staff Writer October 25, 2012

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Oct. 10 on the affirmative action case “Fisher v. University of Texas.”  In this case a white student applied to the University of Texas and was denied...

Affordable health care is on its DEATH BED

Max Blaska, Clarion Staff April 10, 2012

The past week, the Supreme Court reviewed the constitutionality of the Affordable Health Care Act, and it doesn’t look good. The Supreme Court is going to release their judgment in June, five months...

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