In 1981, newly-elected President Ronald Reagan had the opportunity to appoint his first justice to the Supreme Court. It was an important appointment for a variety of reasons, not least because he would be replacing Justice Potter Stewart, a centrist who had supported Roe v. Wade.
While a high-profile lawsuit and DOJ investigation of bullying in a suburban school are drawing headlines like the Strib's Anoka-Hennepin sued over bullying, community anti-bullying organizing is gaining steam in southern Minnesota, the Austin Herald and the Austin edition of the Post-Bulletin repo
Watching the footage of the myriad of couples legally marrying in New York State on Sunday was incredibly personally moving. I spent three years living and working in New York City when I was in school at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
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