Friday, January 3, 2014

CRL&P Daily Reads: Jan. 3, 2014

Lawsuit alleges Amarillo sheriff impermissibly terminated two employees who made sexual harassment allegations against him; and, inmate's prisoner retaliation claim must be based on more than just temporal proximity to protected activity.

Federal judge rules law enforcement does not need reasonable suspicion to search laptops at border. 

Three charged after allegedly paying people to vote for the candidate for whom they worked. 

Super PACs ready support Senate candidates with whom they have close connections.

States file amicus brief supporting federal prosecutors' authority to prosecute those who purchase firearms for third parties. 

NSA working to build supercomputer capable of break through any encryption; and, ACLU resolute in challenge to NSA's collection of phone data

Chart shows dramatic increase in anti-abortion legislation

Crist regrets support for Florida's 2008 same-sex marriage referendum.

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