‘Judicial-identity disorder’ is a condition that afflicts judges who experience significant discontent with the role they were assigned when they took office.
Out and about in Tucson, Miami, Greater Boston, and elsewhere.
In a Brennanesque opinion in People v. Anderson, the California supreme court, by a 6-1 vote, misconstrues the state constitution’s prohibition . . .
The district has agreed to welcome students of all races to all future school activities.
A ban on flavored tobacco products is a lose-lose for Massachusetts that could have been avoided if only legislators had kept some basic economics in mind.
Asked by the state senate whether its November 2003 ruling in Goodridge v. Department of Public Health really imposes same-sex marriage, the Massachusetts supreme court answers yes.
The policy has triggered outrage from some parents, who see the abundance of Covid caution to the point that kids are freezing in class as a hindrance to learning.
Officer Evans was actually killed in a car attack carried out by a follower of Louis Farrakhan.
Boston’s former acting mayor compared vaccine passports to Jim Crow era policies.
One group is for students to ‘come together with other Bigelow students of color to process and get answers to any questions.’