U.S. District Judge Richard Young, based in Evansville, ruled that the state’s ban violates the U.S. Constitution’s equal-protection clause because it treats couples differently based no their sexual orientation.
Monday, South Bend Common Council President Oliver Davis dismissed all complaints against council member Henry Davis Junior relating to his January Facebook post. Tuesday, another council member issued a rough draft of social media guidelines he will present to the council.
Michigan mothers who nurse their children in public will be protected from discrimination and prosecution under bipartisan legislation signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Gary Oldman has blasted Hollywood for what he perceives as a double standard — asserting that Bill Maher and Jon Stewart can get away with politically incorrect humor while others like Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin cannot.
The IT budget has been cut by over $100 million dollars over the last four years. This year’s budget for 2014 required $300 million dollars just for the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. The Congress provided us zero. That meant that that $300 million dollars to implement a statutory mandate had to be taken from other IT programs.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana is filing a lawsuit on behalf of a South Bend street performer, saying it is unconstitutional for the city to require sidewalk performers to obtain a permit.
The L.A. Weekly blared out a headline Monday that asked why white people in Los Angeles are underrepresented as a percentage of overall bus passengers.
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