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Expert in Supreme Court Lethal Injection Case Did Research on Drugs.com

Tomorrow, when the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the highest-profile death penalty challenge in seven years, the justices will begin ruling on this question: Does Oklahoma’s use of the common surgical sedative midazolam fail to make prisoners unconscious during lethal injections, thus violating the Eighth Amendment’s protection against “cruel and unusual punishment”? For many [...]

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Google Attempts to Fight Patent Trolls with a Pretty Dubious Strategy

Google’s legal team has just announced that they’ll be buying as many patents as possible in order to “remove friction from the patent market” and defeat patent trolls, companies that buy patents just to sue people on bogus charges of infringement. But there’s a big problem with this strategy. Read more… Continue Reading from the [...]

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You can’t buy a Tesla in Tesla, WV

Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Tesla, United States, Sedan, Electric, Luxury The governor of West Virginia has signed the bill banning direct sales by automakers into state law. It means that Tesla is not able to open stores there. Continue reading You can’t buy a Tesla in Tesla, WV You can’t buy a Tesla in Tesla, [...]

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Censorship Order That Threatened Websites and Message Boards Overturned

Our right to express opinions online—for instance, to criticize copyright trolls and their demands for money in hopes of scaring them away—are protected by the First Amendment. The Georgia Supreme Court correctly underscored these protections in a ruling late last week about the state’s anti-stalking law. The panel overturned a trial judge’s astonishing order directing [...]

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Hawaii Has Adopted “Yes Means Yes”

Continue Reading from the Source I regret to inform you that the “Yes Means Yes” proponents have reached their second milestone. The disease of feminism has swam across the Pacific and onto Hawaiian shores to infect its second host, the college campuses of Hawaii. Recently, a mass email has been sent to all students and [...]

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How the Silk Road Trial Could Lead to a Dangerous Legal Precedent

The Silk Road trial is over. A jury found Ross Ulbricht guilty on all seven charges, including money laundering, drug trafficking, and the "kingpin" charge. That’s not just bad news for Ulbricht, who faces life in prison. His trial could help establish a dangerous precedent, which could allow law enforcement to gather evidence illegally. Read [...]

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