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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
Opinion
Proposed EPA water regulations go too far

...agencies the power to regulate land use. This rule is an effort to go around the will of Congress and to thwart U.S. Supreme Court case decisions on the issue. These federal agencies have no accountability to the citizens they seek to regulate...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2014-06-15/proposed-epa-water-regulations-g
Opinion
Sleeper opponent seeks change

...that education can have on a child's life, it is Heard, who began school in 1954, just a few months after the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision, which struck down racially segregated schools in Kansas and...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/news/2014-05-18/sleeper-opponent-seeks-change
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We already have religous protection

...same-sex marriages will be swept away as well.The biggest step in this process was last year's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in which it ruled that the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was unconstitutional.Under the provisions...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2014-03-05/we-already-have-religous-protect
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Decision gives politicians new latitude

ATLANTA - The question raised by last month's U.S. Supreme Court decision on the Voting Rights Act is what will Georgia politicians do with their new latitude?The court did not scrap the protections...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/ccnt/2013-07-07/decision-gives-politicians-new-lati
CCNT | Opinion
Society benefits from traditional marriage

Editor:Here's a different perspective to the arguments currently being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, and one I haven't heard yet from the two arguments being presented.Just as in the beginning of this earth's mortal existence...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2013-04-14/society-benefits-from-tr
Letters | Opinion
If everything is marriage, nothing is

The U.S. Supreme Court this past week heard oral arguments on two of the most critical cases of our time. On Tuesday, attorneys made the pitch both...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/guest-columns/2013-03-31/if-everything-is-m
Guest Columns | Opinion
Activists seek to ease retardation proof in capital cases

...of many of the precedent-setting cases in the U.S. Supreme Court. Those decisions prompted multiple changes in how...must meet to win a criminal conviction.When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled two years after Georgia's law change that...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2013-09-25/activists-seek-to-ease-retardati
Opinion
Obamacare reaches a turning point for politicos

...the reality," said Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens, who had gone so far as to argue against the law in the U.S. Supreme Court.But he said he isn't looking to repeat that tactic."I don't sit in my office every day figuring out what's...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/2013-10-30/obamacare-reaches-a-turning-poin
Opinion
Pro-lifers are on the right side of history

...mothers' wombs.With its 1973 Roe decision, the U.S. Supreme Court put the government's official stamp of approval...itself. The Roe decision was not the first time the U.S. Supreme Court has so disgraced our nation. Roe v. Wade represents...

http://newstimes.augusta.com/opinion/guest-columns/2013-03-24/pro-lifers-are-on-
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