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2 hours ago, Schildog said:

Believe it or not, taco bell accepts cash as payment. It's absolutely bonkers when you think about it.

While true, it has nothing to do with anything considering even assistance programs now the equivalent of bank cards for those using the services to spend from, not cash or coupons. 

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1 hour ago, RallyMo said:

Were you buying alcohol at Taco Bell?

yes taco bell now serves liquor... FFS guys its simple, if i have to have an id for such mundane things, then expecting to have it to vote is a giant nothing 

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1 hour ago, floplag said:

yes taco bell now serves liquor... FFS guys its simple, if i have to have an id for such mundane things, then expecting to have it to vote is a giant nothing 

Why should we trust you about this when you're a self-admitted Taco Bell alcoholic?

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10 minutes ago, RallyMo said:

Why should we trust you about this when you're a self-admitted Taco Bell alcoholic?

yes im founding TB anonymous... my underwear cant take it any more.  

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1 hour ago, Taylor said:

Democrats must gerrymander blue state republicans into oblivion.  There’s no other choice.  This is the game they want.  And apparently it’s constitutional. 

Edited by UndertheHalo

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2 hours ago, UndertheHalo said:

Democrats must gerrymander blue state republicans into oblivion.  There’s no other choice.  This is the game they want.  And apparently it’s constitutional. 

and the Reps fault please dont forget that 

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2 hours ago, fan_since79 said:

7-2 decision, merely suspends the lower court's injunction while the case proceeds, but is still arguably a win for the administration.

Ginsburg and Sotomayor dissented.

Bitches always trying to f*ck shit up 

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55 minutes ago, gotbeer said:

Supreme Court hands victory to blind man who sued Domino’s over site accessibility

Bad news for anyone really that has a website and does business.

So if he wins does he get a 1/2 off coupon? I hope no monetary compensation because it creates an entitlement that puts a possible hardship on businesses. If the decision is Domino's has a given time period to rectify then I'm ok with the lawsuit to a degree. 

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40 minutes ago, tdawg87 said:

Wait....the black judge is a republican?

I just don't understand the world sometimes.

It's all part of the experience with identity politics 

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For a first day in session, they have been busy.

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The court hears the term’s first major case on Tuesday on whether a landmark federal anti-discrimination law that bars sex discrimination in the workplace protects gay and transgender employees.

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The court said it would not cancel its scheduled Dec. 2 arguments, as requested by New York City, in a lawsuit by gun owners and the state’s National Rifle Association affiliate challenging restrictions on handgun owners transporting firearms outside the home.

 

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During Monday’s first argument, the justices wrestled with the insanity defense, which bars holding criminally responsible mentally impaired defendants who do not know right from wrong. They seemed divided over a Kansas law, enacted in 1996, that prevents defendants from arguing insanity. The law lets defendants argue that, due to mental illness, they could not have intended to commit the crime.

 

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The other two arguments on Monday focused on whether the Constitution requires unanimous jury verdicts and on fees in patent litigation.

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The court spurned Amazon.com’s bid to avoid a lawsuit concerning overtime pay for workers who face lengthy post-shift security screenings.

 

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It also rejected appeals in patent disputes including one involving Apple Inc and another involving Acorda Therapeutics Inc.

 

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