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Neil Patrick Harris and husband David Burtka take their twins clamming

Love wins: The couple have been together for 11 years and married for one, and celebrated the recent Supreme Court decision with a snap of them both bearing their wedding rings

Kogi: Late Audu's Award Not Diversionary Edward Onoja The Kogi State Government has said that the posthumous leadership award bestowed on the late All Progressive Congress (APC) governorship candidate Prince Abubakar Audu was not meant to serve any diversionary purpose but to recognize the contributions of the late leader to the infrastructural development of the state. The Chief of Staff to the Governor Mr Edward Onoja said this while reacting to comments credited to the son of the late…

from TechRadar

McKinnon may avoid extradition to US

McKinnon may avoid extradition to US | Infamous hacker, Gary McKinnon has been fighting an extradition order to the US in British courts for nearly four years now, with the final hearing scheduled to take place in the high court judicial review in January. Buying advice from the leading technology site

from the Guardian

Meet the Alabama judges who refuse to issue marriage licenses – gay or straight

Many residents in conservative Alabama are feeling shell-shocked at the recent US supreme court decision on gay marriage – and are going on the defensive


A Supreme Feud Over Birth Control: Four Blunt Points

A Supreme Feud Over Birth Control: Four Blunt Points - BUSINESSWEEK #BirthControl, #US

from the Guardian

Donald Trump warned against scrapping Paris climate deal

Todd Stern also said that a recent supreme court decision to block Obama’s clean power plan would not affect US climate pledges. The US political system is a total disgrace &, in many respects it makes a complete mockery of the "democratic" process. Revolving around the curse of money & wealth the whole process is sordid & simply theatre. What a farce - little wonder growing numbers want meaningful change!


Impact Of Supreme Court Decisions

5 Recent Supreme Court Decisions And What They Mean For You

from BBC News

US Supreme Court rules gay marriage is legal nationwide

June 26th 2015 [USA] The US Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is a legal right across the United States. It means the 14 states with bans on same-sex marriage will no longer be able to enforce them. Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote that the plaintiffs asked "for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right."

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Recent Supreme Court Decisions Chart

This Graphic Organizer is to be used to examine recent (or past) Supreme Court decisions. The graphic organizer is designed to examine three Supreme Court cases based on circumstances of the case, the question being asked, personal opinion on the case, and decision of the court.