Teresa Stanton Collett

St. Thomas School of Law

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Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law

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The Civil Rights Era arguably began in 1954, when the US Supreme Court  desegregated the public schools  — in a decision that was unanimous.

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The Civil Rights Era arguably began in 1954, when the US Supreme Court desegregated the public schools — in a decision that was unanimous.

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Same-sex marriage is legal in California, at least until November, when voters are likely to get the chance to overturn  last week's ruling  by the state supreme court.

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Same-sex marriage is legal in California, at least until November, when voters are likely to get the chance to overturn last week's ruling by the state supreme court.

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