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Earlier decisions upholding the rights of students over those of administrators appear less compelling and clearly distinguishable.
Founded by a group of law students in 1982, the Federalist Society is comprised of attorneys, academics, law students and others dedicated to its mission of (1) upholding each individual's right to freedom, (2) supporting the Constitutional separation of powers and (3) ensuring the judiciary strictly interprets the Constitution as written rather than as could be implied.
Dickson demonstrated his commitment to upholding the proper role of the judiciary in 1974, when Dr.
Has used his office to inflame public opinion against court rulings upholding church-state separation.
The California Catholic Conference applauds the First District Court of Appeal Decision today upholding the traditional definition of marriage and rejecting the idea that limiting marriage to a union between a man and woman is somehow unconstitutional.
Under Neuhaus' editorship, McConnell has had free rein to criticize church-state separation and the court decisions upholding it.
Supreme Court decision upholding an outdoor Ten Commandments plaque in Texas, one Los Angeles County supervisor has asked lawyers to reconsider their opinion that the original 1957 county seal was unconstitutional.
In taking this principled stance in defence of the school principal, the trustees are simply upholding the historic teaching of the Christian church on the sinfulness of sodomy.
In January of 1997 Livaudais nullified Heebe's ruling and issued a new decision upholding all of the federal and state programs giving aid to religious schools.
Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit voted 9-to-5 not to revisit a December 2005 decision by a three-judge panel upholding the constitutionality of the display.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that states can force HMOs to open up their doctor networks, upholding a practice used in about half the states to give patients broader health care choices.
Under the pretence of upholding the Charter, he Supreme Court of Canada has undermined the historic rights and freedoms of Canadians, usurped the legislative authority of elected representatives of the people, and subverted the rule of law.