Too much nuance in indecent exposure cases leads to unnecessary enforcement.
Courts should be impartial. Biased amicus briefs strip them of their credibility.
The precedent from 'Imbler v. Pactman' must be overturned.
Incessant patenting hinders innovation and stifles lifesaving technology
The Supreme Court’s structure, not size, is to blame for its misguidance
Residents who violate the ordinance must pay a penalty fee of $1,000 and residents who fail to plant a replacement tree or to pay the original fee will face an additional fee of $1,000
Money cannot quantify pain and suffering. Damages caps ignore this.
The bills will work to protect children's human rights.
Alan Lehman, a professor at this university, said if the measure succeeds in Oregon, it could be applied to other states.
The bill still requires Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.