LexisNexis Legal News for October 1, 2010

Among the stories on this video edition of LexisNexis Legal News, the U.S. Supreme Court agrees to decide whether counties that get drugs for their Medicaid programs through federal contracts have the right to sue drug companies that allegedly violate those contracts by overcharging for drugs, and, the Washington Supreme Court holds that a state law that criminalizes online gambling does not violate the dormant commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution.

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Is Online Gambling Legal in the US

Is online gambling legal in the US is probably the question on the mind of the majority of online gamblers. This particular question however is not a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer, as the question of is online gambling legal in the US is a complicated subject. The answer to this question would depend solely […]

Is Government-Run Health Care Constitutional?

Tim Lynch (CATO Institute) and Jay Sekulow (American Center for Law and Justice) discuss the constitutionality of federal health care programs with Judge Andrew Napolitano. http://www.LibertyPen.com

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What is the conflict between Legislation and Common Law/Case Law?

I need to identify and describe the main conflict between Legislation (Parliament law) and Common Law/Case Law (judge made law) extending to England and Wales only. Please help. Thank you. I disagree The main conflict is that legislation has priority over common law by way of Parliamentary Soverignty. Legislation can overwrite common law but common […]

Double Rainbow outside Legal Broadcast Network

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Double Rainbow outside Legal Broadcast Network. Trying to one up the double rainbow guy.

It’s not legal news but a massive storm with tennis ball sized hail swept over the legal broadcast network building. It was finished off with a very beautiful rainbow at least.

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Wind up!, the world’s smallest road legal car www.windupcar.co.uk

wind up!, the world’s smallest road legal car, as seen on the BBC oxford news.

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What we chose to ignore

A brief summary of presidential directives, executive orders, and congressionaly approved bills that where signed into law over the last 40ish years. And no, this isn’t a bunch of conspiracy nonsense. They are simply facts. Please vote for someone who does not wipe his/her with the Constitution. You really want to let someone like Rudillary McRomney have this kind of power? Make the right choice, or I’ll see you in the soup lines. … FEMA Ron Paul President 51 directive order fascism …

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Supreme Court Evaluates Violent Video Game Case

The Supreme Court heard arguments on whether California can ban the sale of violent video games to minors. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal explains the details.

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