Lawrence Hurley

Reuters

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Supreme Court reporter for Reuters; former Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles Daily Journal

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The US Supreme Court heard arguments today in  Friedrichs v. the California Teachers Association .

The US Supreme Court Takes Aim at Public Sector Unions

The US Supreme Court heard arguments today in Friedrichs v. the California Teachers Association .

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The US Supreme Court has given a victory to advocates of gay rights. Late today, it ruled 8 to 1 that people who sign initiative petitions  have no expectation of privacy .

Supreme Court Rules Petition Signers Have No Right to Privacy

The US Supreme Court has given a victory to advocates of gay rights. Late today, it ruled 8 to 1 that people who sign initiative petitions have no expectation of privacy .

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California voters  legalized medical marijuana  13 years ago, but it's still prohibited under federal law.  Because of that conflict, San Diego and San Bernardino Counties have refused…

Supreme Court Says No to Medical Marijuana Challenge

California voters legalized medical marijuana 13 years ago, but it's still prohibited under federal law.  Because of that conflict, San Diego and San Bernardino Counties have refused…

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