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Supreme Court rules EPA did not compute cost of regulation on industry

Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:33 Written by
PreviousNext Alex Mills Buy this photo Posted: Sunday, July 5, 2015 12:15 am Supreme Court rules EPA did not compute cost of regulation on industryBy Alex MillsMidland Reporter-Telegram | 0 comments The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 29 that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Noah Feldman, Bloomberg View: Supreme Court reaches end of an era
Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:33 Written by
The end of this term at the U.S. Supreme Court felt like the culmination of an era — or rather of two eras. Periods in the history of the court tend to form in relation to the great, defining political issues of the day, which eventually make their way to the court in legal guise. The gay-marriage decision, Obergefell v. Hodges, marks the culmination of a 25-year period of gay-rights decisions that coincided with an…
Noah Feldman: Supreme Court reaches the end of a political era
Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:25 Written by
The end of this term at the U.S. Supreme Court felt like the culmination of an era — or rather of two eras. Periods in the history of the court tend to form in relation to the great, defining political issues of the day, which eventually make their way to the court in legal guise. The gay-marriage decision, Obergefell vs. Hodges, marks the culmination of a 25-year period of gay-rights decisions that coincided with an…
Column: Supreme Court seems to make it up as it goes along
Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:25 Written by
Posted: Sunday, July 5, 2015 1:00 am Column: Supreme Court seems to make it up as it goes alongBarbara AndersonEagle-Tribune Happy Independence Day weekend. Thank you, Founding Fathers; America was great while it lasted. Recalling that poor Oldsmobile ad: never mind the Founders, this is not even my own father's America! Not because of some recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, but because of some
Michael Gerson: Congress' Iran moment
Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:11 Written by
Late in the evening on April 13, speaking to a meeting of about 55 senators, Secretary of State John Kerry argued against passage of the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, claiming it would complicate negotiations. (The White House had already issued a veto threat.) At about 11:30 p.m., Sen. Bob Corker, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, challenged Kerry to explain how inspections would work under the just-announced nuclear framework agreement. Kerry fumbled his response.…
Supreme Court is controversial - as founders surely expected
Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:11 Written by
The past couple of weeks have shown once again the great power our U.S. Supreme Court wields, and why our founding fathers wanted it to be exactly that way. That doesn’t sit well with people who disagree with their decisions, and made folks who supported their decisions happy, but that’s also how it always goes with Supreme Court rulings. Shortly after making gay marriage the law of the land, and, to a lesser extent,
LETTER: Yes, religious freedom and gay marriage can coexist
Sunday, 05 July 2015 00:07 Written by
The history of the United States is marked with many blemishes. But in the words of Martin Luther King Jr., “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” And the United States has a system of governance that follows this arc. If a person is against the idea of gay individuals getting married, they are completely within their rights to hold such an opinion. This is the United States, and…
Clerks look ahead to 2016 election
Saturday, 04 July 2015 23:47 Written by
PreviousNext Staff photo by Melissa Toothman Upshur County Clerk Upshur County Clerk Debbie Thacker Wilfong says her office is staying on top of county records while anticipating the 2016 election. Staff photo by Melissa Toothman Lewis County Courthouse Lewis County Courthouse offices for the county
Clinton has strong words on Chinese hacking
Saturday, 04 July 2015 23:40 Written by
(CNN)Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton unleashed some of the strongest words to date about China's hacking of U.S. computers. China is "trying to hack into everything that doesn't move" in the United States, Clinton said, accusing the Chinese of stealing information from both businesses and government agencies. China is suspected of the recent theft of the personal data of about 18 million current, former and prospective federal employees who were affected by
Legal experts offer differing views on impact of court ruling against EPA
Saturday, 04 July 2015 23:36 Written by
PreviousNext ellis James Van Nostrand Van Nostrand West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey Morrisey Posted: Sunday, July 5, 2015 12:06 am Legal experts offer differing views on impact of court ruling against

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