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  2. Joni Ernst - Wikipedia

    Ernst has opposed a federal minimum wage and advocated for the elimination of federal departments such as the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Education and the Environmental Protection Agency . Early life and career [ edit] Ernst was born Joni Kay Culver in Montgomery County, Iowa, the daughter of Marilyn and Richard Culver.

  3. Clarence Thomas - Wikipedia

    2 Career 2.1 Early career 2.2 Federal judge 2.3 Supreme Court nomination and confirmation 2.3.1 Announcement and hearings 2.3.2 Anita Hill allegations 2.3.3 Senate votes 3 Public perception 4 Judicial philosophy 4.1 Conservatism and originalism 4.2 Voting alignment 4.3 Number of opinions and frequency in dissent 4.4Stare decisis 4.5 Commerce Clause

  4. Henry Clay - Wikipedia

    Henry Clay Early law and political career Family U.S. Speaker of the House War of 1812 Second Bank of the United States Missouri Compromise U.S. Secretary of State Corrupt bargain U.S. Senator from Kentucky Nullification Crisis Bank War Whig Party Compromise of 1850 Presidential elections 1824 1832 1844 American System Ashland Clay's law office

  5. Ted Kaczynski - Wikipedia

    Ted Kaczynski. Theodore John Kaczynski ( / kəˈzɪnski / kə-ZIN-skee; born May 22, 1942), also known as The Unabomber ( / ˈjuːnəbɒmər / ), is an American domestic terrorist and former mathematics professor. [3] [4] Between 1978 and 1995, Kaczynski killed three people and injured 23 others in a nationwide mail bombing campaign against ...

  6. Politics of the United States - Wikipedia

    The judicial branch (or judiciary), composed of the Supreme Court and lower federal courts, exercises judicial power. The judiciary's function is to interpret the United States Constitution and federal laws and regulations. This includes resolving disputes between the executive and legislative branches.

  7. Lyndon B. Johnson - Wikipedia

    Senate career 37th Vice President of the United States 36th President of the United States Presidency timeline Executive actions Cannabis policy Foreign policy Johnson Doctrine international trips Cabinet appointments Judicial appointments Supreme Court candidates controversy First term First inauguration Let Us Continue Civil Rights Act (1964)

  8. Judge: Banning guns for marijuana users unconstitutional

    Updated: Feb 5, 2023 / 04:55 PM EST OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal judge in Oklahoma has ruled that a federal law prohibiting people who use marijuana from owning firearms is unconstitutional,...

  9. Biden’s State of the Union to tout policy wins on economy

    The newly empowered GOP is itching to undo many of Biden’s achievements and raising the specter of persistent investigations — including into the recent discoveries of classified documents from his...

  10. LGBT rights in Canada - Wikipedia

    Major subjects under federal jurisdiction are the criminal law power, and marriage and divorce. The criminal law power can deal with matters such as hate speech and sentence modifiers for bias motives. In the past, it has been used to criminalise LBGT conduct.

  11. Former TV host O'Keefe to fight assault, drug charges

    National Former TV host O'Keefe to fight assault, drug charges By AAP Newswire Feb 6, 2023 Andrew O'Keefe is due in court to contest assault, drug and breaching restraining order charges. -AAP Image Embattled television personality Andrew O'Keefe will return to court on a string of assault, drug and breaching restraining order charges.