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Americans United for Life

News coverage of AUL on Kagan

Today’s Washington Times features an editorial entitled, “Kagan’s Foreign law trumps con-law.” A brief excerpt: The increasingly influential law-and-policy organization Americans United for Life, meanwhile, has raised several other red flags with regard to Ms. Kagan’s views on the relative weight of foreign law and…

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25 May 2010 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, SCOTUS no comments

Postpone Kagan Hearings

Dr. Charmaine Yoest, President and CEO of Americans United for Life, is asking that Solicitor General Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearings be postponed. Click here to read her letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick J. Leahy and Ranking Republican Member Jeff Sessions. Click here for…

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24 May 2010 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, Media Alerts, SCOTUS no comments

AUL’s Kagan File: The First Two Weeks

MEMORANDUM TO: [Undisclosed Parties] FROM: Americans United for Life Legal Team DATE: May 24, 2010 RE: Elena Kagan File:  Summary of File May 10 – 21 Backgrounder: Beginning today, we will recap our weekly memos each Monday.  Today’s file document, however, is a summary of…

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24 May 2010 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, Media Alerts, SCOTUS no comments

AUL’s Kagan File: The “Marshall” Memo Redux

MEMORANDUM TO: Interested Parties FROM: AUL Legal Team DATE: May 19, 2010 RE: Thurgood Marshall on Abortion:  All Restrictions Constitutionally Impermissible? Since Elena Kagan has never served as a judge, it is important to review her jurisprudential influences and mentors.  Elena Kagan has expressed a…

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19 May 2010 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, Media Alerts, SCOTUS no comments

Kagan’s Anachronistic Views in Bowen v. Kendrick

by AUL Legal Staff In 1988, the Supreme Court, in its landmark decision in Bowen v. Kendrick,  reaffirmed the important constitutional principle of equal access of religious organizations in government-funded social welfare programs. At issue in Kendrick was the constitutionality of the Adolescent Family Life…

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18 May 2010 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, SCOTUS no comments
 
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