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Federal Judge Strikes Down DADT Worldwide / Administration Appeals DOMA Ruling

October 14, 2010

     Judge Virginia Phillips of the Central District of California has issued an injunction prohibiting the United States from enforcing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" anywhere in the world.

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Should the President Appeal a Judicial Ruling Striking Down DADT?

September 24, 2010

     The Log Cabin Republicans sued the United States in federal court in California asking for a declaratory judgment that the federal statute prohibiting gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military – the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law – is unconstitutional.  On September 9 Judge Virginia A. Phillips of the Central District of [...]

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2009-2010 Supreme Court Term: (2) Court Refuses to Hear "Washington Redskins" Trademark Case

November 16, 2009

     Earlier today the Supreme Court announced that it would not hear the case that had been brought against the owners of the Washington Redskins football team challenging their use of the name "Redskins" as a trademark.  The issue in the case was not the First Amendment or even the substance of Trademark Law; instead, [...]

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