Monthly Archives: June 2010

Court Nominee Agrees with Recent Gun Control Decision

Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan talked about her views on the second amendment during confirmation hearings, and indicated she agrees with some recent decisions. In fact, she said she considers the recent decisions "good precedent going forward." She indicated she…

School Does Not Have to Recognize Religious Group That Excludes Gays

The Supreme Court has held that a California law school does not have to give official recognition to a religious organization that requires all members sign a statement saying "unrepentant participation in or advocacy of a sexually immoral lifestyle" is…

City Not Allowed to Evict Boy Scouts Because of Anti-Gay Policy

A Philadelphia jury held that the city violated the Boy Scouts freedom of association rights by trying to evict them from a city owned building. The city said the Boy Scouts anti-gay policies violated the city’s anti-discrimination statutes. The Boy…