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August 2006

The Myth of Mass Back-Alley Abortion Deaths

by jasontromm (via)
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, co-founder of the National Abortion Rights Action League, admits his group lied about the number of women who died from legal abortions when testifying before the Supreme Court in 1972. "We spoke of 5,000 - 10,000 deaths a year ... I confess that I knew the figures were totally false ... it was a useful figure, widely accepted, so why go out of our way to correct it with honest statistics?"

July 2006

RIAA loses in file sharing case

by nackereia
RIAA lost in a case against a mother. Which totally rocks for the rest of us.

March 2006

Planned Parenthood Condemns Abortion Ban, Undecided on Legal Challenge

by jasontromm
They may opt to use a statewide referendum to repeal the law, denying those who supported the ban the opportunity to take it all to the way to the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade. Should Planned Parenthood lost the ballot vote, it could still file a lawsuit against the ban. ()() I'm pretty sure they would have trouble even getting a referendum on the ballot. Who's going to sign a petitition in favor of killing babies?

Mo. Court Upholds 24-Hour Abortion Wait

by jasontromm
The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the state's 24-hour waiting period for abortions, a decision that turns the focus of the legal battle to federal court. The unanimous ruling Tuesday by Missouri's highest court focused on whether the 2003 law ran contrary to the state constitution. The judges rejected arguments that it was overly vague and deprived people of liberty and privacy rights.

February 2006

Studies Compare Arbitration and Litigation - National Arbitration Forum

by National-Arbitration-Forum
A study conducted by the National Workrights Institute found that employees who settled disputes through arbitration prevailed 62% of the time as compared to a 43% win rate in court.

U.S. Supreme Court depicts Muhammad

by jasontromm
Protesters of cartoons insist Islam forbids any image of prophet Frieze depicts Muhammad among 18 "lawgivers" on wall above Supreme Court justices' bench While Muslims engaged in violent protests worldwide over caricatures of Muhammad have insisted any image of their prophet is considered blasphemous, a prominent frieze in the U.S. Supreme Court portrays the Islamic leader wielding a sword.

January 2006

New England Liberals Lead Charge Against Alito

by jasontromm
Liberal Democrats waged an eleventh-hour attempt Monday to block Samuel Alito's Supreme Court confirmation, arguing that he would tilt the high court further to the right.

August 2005

second interview

by ryanne
[thursday, 18 august 2005] second interview + court today. too tired to say more.

day 9 of the death inquest

by ryanne
[wednesday, 24 august 2005] 不經不覺原來已到 day 9 我總算在這個暑假裡 做了一點有意義的事情

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