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Smith, adding that the Supreme Court ruling also required the state to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states.
If the Supreme Constitutional Court said that they are not constitutional then it is the parliament's role to change the constitution, but this will not cancel the court ruling.
In addition to prostate cancer, the appeals court ruling also affects veterans who filed claims for adult-onset, or Type 2, diabetes, which was added to the list in 2000.
The Collegium also took exception to a March 1950 Russian Supreme Court ruling that permitted F.
On the negative side, the Supreme Court ruled five to four to overturn a New Jersey Supreme Court ruling that had found the Boy Scouts of America in violation of a state anti-discrimination law for excluding a gay Scout leader.
For now, the court ruling leaves in limbo the EPA's first-ever attempt to specifically regulate fine particles measuring 2.
To back up this contrarian (at the least) view, it cited ADA case law: "Recent court rulings have actually made it tougher for employees to claim discrimination by narrowing the definition of who is protected.
Clay says her agency is hoping that if the Supreme Court affirms the lower court ruling, it will also offer some guidance on what to do with withheld funds.
The co-sponsor of an assisted-suicide measure that won approval in the state Assembly last year, Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, praised the Supreme Court ruling, which he and other supporters believe will propel the state Senate to pass the proposal during this year's session.
The opinion was based in part on a 1998 appellate court ruling that a lesbian state employee was constitutionally entitled to domestic-partner benefits.
The case will almost certainly lead to the Service appealing the next adverse Tax Court ruling on package design costs.