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Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens stays focused on job

...brief in support of the right of religious nonprofit organizations involved in the Zubik v. Burwell case before the U.S. Supreme Court. The case involves religious nonprofit groups suing to be allowed an exception to a Department of Health and Human...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/news/2016-01-17/georgia-attorney-general-sam-olens-
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SC Secretary of State flags 10 charities

...because the percentage of their revenue toward their services ranged from 42 percent to less than 5 percent.A U.S. Supreme Court ruling focusing on the separation of church and state prohibits setting a mandatory minimum, Hammond said. The...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/nat/2015-12-01/sc-secretary-of-state-flags-10-chari
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Freedom of speech under attack again

...Federalist Papers. During the civil rights era, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that private organizations could not be forced...issue and the need for such protections after the U.S. Supreme Court failed to protect private property rights in the...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/ccnt/2015-09-23/freedom-of-speech-under-attack-agai
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What kind of matrimony is it, anyway?

...jailed last week on contempt charges after continually refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that made such unions legal across the land.In refusing to grant such licenses in her county, and forbidding...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2015-09-09/what-kind-of-matrimony-is-it-any
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Sheriff will ask for revised pawn shop ordinance

...I think this ordinance can be rewritten to address the sheriff's office concerns, and comply with recent U.S. Supreme Court case law and still respect the constitutional rights of business owners."

http://newstimes.augusta.com/news/2015-08-30/sheriff-will-ask-for-revised-pawn-s
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Civil Asset Forfeiture: Property Rights' Next Frontier

...including the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.Remember the shocked property owners around the nation when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 10, 2005, that the city could take Kelo's home and land against her will?The Court said it was...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2015-07-19/civil-asset-forfeiture-property-
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Despite court ruling, health law remains unworkable

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the administration to allow ObamaCare subsidies to flow through HealthCare.gov. This is a disappointment for...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2015-07-05/despite-court-ruling-health-law-
Opinion
Legislative opportunities taken and missed

...down with no amendments. Finally, an opportunity for comprehensive health care reform will hinge on the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision that may invalidate a portion of the Affordable Care Act. This could require a special session to address...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2015-04-15/legislative-opportunities-taken-
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Couple makes local history

...how she and Mendez became the first same-sex couple to obtain a marriage license in Columbia County after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalized those unions in every state Friday morning."We always said that if it passed we would get married...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/news/2015-07-01/couple-makes-local-history
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Change is coming, but slowly

...recognized anywhere outside New England.But look at how quickly the barriers have crumbled in the 18 months since the U.S. Supreme Court knocked down the federal Defense of Marriage Act. Same-sex marriages are now recognized in 35 states either by...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2014-12-03/change-is-coming-but-slowly
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