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In 1930, near the town of Gauley Bridge, West Virginia, 3,000 men worked in ten-hour shifts drilling through sandstone to construct the Hawk’s Nest Tunnel. Within five years, more than 750 of those men would die of a deadly and preventable disease.
Sandra Day O’Connor passed away at the age of 93. Known as the first woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, she held the balance of power on the court for almost two decades and was well-known for her meticulously researched viewpoints.
The holiday season is chockful of some strange laws, so if you don’t want to be spending your gift money on fines or your cookie-baking time in jail, you might want to pay attention to the following rules that govern the holiday season.
Criticism over undisclosed trips and gifts from wealthy benefactors to some justices has grown from both the public and Congress. On Monday, the Supreme Court announced the first-ever code of conduct governing the ethical behavior of its nine justices.
In this post, we’ll be diving into the history and principles of three theories of constitutional interpretation—originalism, legal realism, and living constitutionalism—and analyzing how these different theories have been put into practice in rulings of the Court.
On September 8, the report from the special purpose grand jury in Georgia, which suggested charges in the 2020 election interference investigation conducted by the Fulton County district attorney, was made public and is now searchable in HeinOnline.
What better day than today, National Beer Lover’s Day, to delve into the fascinating world of beer laws across the states? We’ll be your guide through the maze of beer regulations, using National Survey of State Laws.
Millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet, working multiple jobs to make up for the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept up with the rate of inflation. However, it hasn’t always been difficult to live off of a minimum wage job.
2023 is on track to become the hottest year on record. Let’s take a look at two of our newest databases, Labor and Employment: The American Worker and Water Rights & Resources, to show the effects that climate change have on labor and water rights.