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throughout the history of Connecticut’s Judicial Branch thousands of lawyers have climbed the 34 stooped granite steps to an imposing port of call marked by four columns. Beyond these doors sits the Connecticut state supreme court the chief court of our state, and the arbiter of the most complex a legal issues encountered by our

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Democrats will never get it. Every time they do not get their way they go to The Supreme Court for assistance with their unconstitutional actions. It is an interesting tactic, as the Supreme Court is controlled, 5 – 4, by conservative Justices, two of whom have been appointed by President Donald Trump. But, alas, no

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If you look at these cabinet appointees, they were selected for a reason and that is the deconstruction of the administrative state. and if you- Before he left the Trump administration former advisor Steve Bannon famously vowed to deconstruct what he called the administrative state. A collection of bureaucrats, agencies and unelected rule-making bodies. Whose

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There’s a lot of buzz surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court lately. Conservatives currently control a 5-4 majority on the nation’s highest court, and now there’s serious speculation circling throughout the mainstream media that at least 2 liberal Justices may retire in the near future. Democrats are freaking out that President Donald Trump could add more

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Thank you for joining me this hour. Presidential frontrunner Joe Biden just revealed who he’d consider for the Supreme Court. Can you guess it? Obama? But think about it, Obama? A former president in the Supreme Court? Has that even happened before? And does Obama even have experience in law? Experience in the field? You

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Let’s talk about civil commitment, institutions and the development of the least restrictive alternative, the least restrictive environment right. The Supreme Court eventually came to these kind of issues, but did so only in recent decades. But, still based on individual cases, not large rich giant cases, but small cases over time in lower courts

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