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from CollegeHumor

10 Facepalming Cats That Can't Believe You Just Did That

No no, no, tell me my human didn't just come home with generic cat food again.

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from BBC News

US Supreme Court rules gay marriage is legal nationwide

US Supreme Court rules gay marriage is legal - Nationwide Same-sex marriage has been ruled a legal right in the United States in a 5-4 vote in the Supreme Court. The decision means that the 14 states which currently ban them will no longer be able to enforce that law.

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US: Supreme Court lifts overall limits on political donor contributions http://descrier.co.uk/world/us-supreme-court-lifts-overall-limits-political-donor-contributions/

That’s why when the Supreme Court ruled that yet another lawsuit to try to undermine his signature health care plan came back in his favor, those of us who voted for him, support and love him as a person, a father, a President and a leader can honestly say – Good for you, Mr. President. You deserve every bit of this moment:

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from yahoo.com

Lawyer who argued for landmark SCOTUS privacy decision says Trump “is a moron”

from BuzzFeed Community

Community Post: 19 Reasons Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Your Favorite Supreme Court Justice

She rules...Too many people forget that pro choice does not mean pro abortion..Most of my friends are pro choice and I don't know anyone that would say they are pro abortion...

Today's #SCOTUS decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby is a step backward for women's health and reproductive rights, and also for their fundamental autonomy. "All too often, abusers restrict access to contraception or force unwanted pregnancies as a means to exert power and control over their victims," said Kim Gandy, President and CEO of NNEDV. "Women, especially victims of domestic violence – not their employers or abusers – should control this important aspect of their lives."

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