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Traditional political action committees are bound by a $5,000 annual limit on the size of contributions they can accept from individuals and cannot accept contributions from corporations or labor unions.
A Super PAC, on the other hand, is free from these restrictions so long as: The super PAC does not
As long as judicial systems have existed, there has been a tug-of-war between prosecutors and the defense. Often, the conflict is straight-forward, but some struggles are more complicated.
Yes. On March 24, in a unanimous decision, Oklahoma’s criminal appeals court ruled (PDF link):
“Forcible sodomy cannot occur where a victim is so intoxicated as to be completely unconscious at the time of the sexual act of oral copulation,” the decision read. Its reasoning, the court said, was
Prince v. Warner Bros Music
Prince signed with Warner Bros records in 1977 and together they released the biggest albums of his career, including Purple Rain, Sign O The Times and the soundtrack to Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman movie. But by the early 1990s, Prince didn’t want to be told what
In 2013 Ethan Couch, still a 16-year old juvenile at the time, killed four people in a drunken-driving accident. His blood-alcohol level was triple the legal limit. Couch pleaded guilty to drunken driving and intoxication manslaughter and two counts of intoxication assault for two passengers riding in the
Believe it or not, about thirty states have laws on the books that that impose a duty, usually (but not always) on adult children, for the support of their impoverished parents or other relatives.
Based on England’s Poor Law Act of 1601, the laws originally held that the father, grandfather,
What Is Clinton Being Investigated Over Anyway?
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably heard that the FBI has been investigating Hillary Clinton and her aides for possibly mishandling classified information on her private server while she served as Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013. It was also
Currently, almost half the 6.7 million pregnancies each year in the U.S. are unintended, and almost half of these end in abortion. While abortions decreased by about 12 percent nationwide from 2010 to 2013-14, Texas abortions decreased by 30 percent in that five-year span. In Texas, women had nearly