Litigation

Texas v. Pennsylvania Would Have Upended the Electoral College

"Texas asked the Court to declare that electoral votes 'cast by such presidential electors' 'are in violation' of the Constitution and 'cannot be counted.' But... Under the Twelfth Amendment, Congress counts electoral votes. For the Court to instruct Congress what can or cannot be counted would be a remarkable intrusion on the separation of powers." - L & L

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Most National Assoc. of Evangelicals board members say Bible does not forbid all civil lawsuits between Christians

"The NAE poll, which was conducted among its board of directors, referred to 1 Corinthians 6:1-8, where Paul gives commands on conflict resolution to the church in Corinth." - CPost

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Bush v. Gore: Lessons from a Litigated Election

"Republicans’ constitutional advocacy never found its bearings until the eleventh hour and fifty-ninth minute of the case. The situation may have been salvaged in the end only through a prescient intervention—made separate from, perhaps unbeknownst to, lawyers formally representing George W. Bush." - Law & Liberty

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Falwell sues Liberty, saying school damaged his reputation

" Jerry Falwell Jr. has sued Liberty University, alleging the school founded by his late pastor father damaged his reputation in a series of public statements that followed his resignation as president and chancellor in August amid a series of scandals." - BPNews

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Federal judge rules Colorado’s mask mandate, restrictions on churches are unconstitutional

"A federal judge has ruled that Colorado’s capacity limits on places of worship as well as the requirement that attendees wear masks for the duration of religious services are unconstitutional." - CPost

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