Tag: U.S. Supreme Court
Imagine having invested your time and money into developing an innovative software product and then several years later having the rights to your invention rendered virtually worthless due to a U.S. Supreme Court decision.Read More
Even if the U.S. Supreme Court reverses precedent and strikes down Roe v. Wade, abortion will remain legal in progressive-leaning states such as Maryland that are likely to choose to continue to allow the procedure, legal analysts confirmed to MarylandReporter.com.Read More
Maryland’s attorney general files an amicus brief in a Supreme Court case to defend mandated contraceptive coverage under Obamacare.Read More
While attorneys general in Virginia, Florida and a dozen other states have sued to block federal health care reform, Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler is leading the charge to support the Affordable Care Act before the U.S. Supreme Court. Friday afternoon, Gansler filed a friend-of-court brief cosigned by attorneys general from 12 other states and territories supporting the constitutionality of the federal law.Read More
A decade-old lawsuit challenging Maryland’s regulation of alcohol prices appears headed for a final resolution Wednesday, which means larger liquor stores could soon secure lower prices for their products.
The Board of Public Works is set to review a settlement between Comptroller Peter Franchot’s office and the company that owns Beltway Fine Wine and Spirits in Towson. The state has agreed not to continue its challenge of a 2004 decision to throw out laws that prevented liquor retailers from getting volume discounts.Read More
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