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Federal Court Temporarily Blocks HHS Contraception Mandate for Private Business Owner

RightMarch November 29, 2012

By: Susan Jones Original Article: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/federal-court-temporarily-blocks-hhs-contraception-mandate-private-business-owner The first private business owner to sue the Obama administration over its contraception mandate has won a small victory in the larger battle to preserve his religious liberty: A federal appeals court panel on Wednesday temporarily blocked the Obamacare mandate from taking effect against the Missouri business owner, pending… Continue Reading »

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Black Friday Gun Sales Set New Record

RightMarch November 28, 2012

By: Steve Tawa Original Article: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2012/11/28/black-friday-gun-sales-set-new-record/ For a second year running, prospective gun buyers joined Black Friday shoppers in record numbers. A Philadelphia-based organization working to reduce gun violence says it hopes the guns “are protected and used safely by their owners.” CeaseFirePa Executive Director Shira Goodman speculates people were making buying decisions because of… Continue Reading »

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Push to step up domestic use of drones

RightMarch November 27, 2012

By: Gary Martin and Viveca Novak Original Article: http://www.sfgate.com/nation/article/Push-to-step-up-domestic-use-of-drones-4064482.php Are unmanned aircraft, known to have difficulty avoiding collisions, safe to use in America’s crowded airspace? And would their widespread use for surveillance result in unconstitutional invasions of privacy? Experts say neither question has been answered satisfactorily. Yet the federal government is rushing to open America’s skies… Continue Reading »

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Courts struggle with cellphone privacy

RightMarch November 27, 2012

By: Josh Peterson Original Article: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/26/courts-struggle-with-cellphone-privacy/ Courts from California to Rhode Island are far from reaching a consensus on how to balance digital privacy expectations with law enforcement operational needs, The New York Times reported Monday. The abundance of personal information available on a person’s cellphone, which ranges from location data to personal messages and social… Continue Reading »

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Ala. Lawmaker Pushing For Allowing Guns At Work

RightMarch November 25, 2012

Original Article: http://atlanta.cbslocal.com/2012/11/23/ala-lawmaker-pushing-for-allowing-guns-at-work/ An Alabama lawmaker is again pushing legislation that would let employees take handguns to work. The Montgomery Advertiser reported Friday that state Sen. Roger Bedford, D-Russellville, said the bill is aimed at increasing personal safety. “I think it’s necessary so people will have peace of mind when they’re traveling to and from… Continue Reading »

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