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How Shoddy Evidence Finds Its Way From State Legislatures to the U.S. Supreme Court

Once a legislature accepts bogus facts, a larger problem can arise: Courts will frequently defer to the factual findings of state legislatures, which provides a gaping loophole for junk science to wend its way into judicial decisions all the way up to the Supreme Court.

Once a legislature accepts bogus facts, a larger problem can arise: Courts will frequently defer to the factual findings of state legislatures, which provides a gaping loophole for junk science to wend its way into judicial decisions all the way up to the Supreme Court.

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When Your Anti-Choice Candidate Isn’t Anti-Choice Enough

Anti-abortion lawyer Teresa Collett has some impressive anti-choice credentials.  So how is one candidate complaining she’s not “anti-abortion” enough?

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Judge to Hear Oklahoma Ultrasound Law Today

Today a judge will hear arguments for and against the currently blocked Oklahoma ultrasound law.

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