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K-12 School Leaders Reject Allegations That They Let Antisemitism Run Rampant

The first of the antisemitism hearings to focus on K-12 education comes amid a wave of pro-Palestinian student protests that have washed across dozens of U.S. universities.

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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Local Gun Safety Pamphlet Law in Maryland

A three-judge panel rejected an appeal on First Amendment grounds by the gun rights group Maryland Shall Issue and four gun store owners.

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First Amendment Challenge to Maryland’s Digital Ad Tax Clears Legal Hurdle

A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals disagreed with a lower federal court’s decision to dismiss the challenge on First Amendment grounds.

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Fourth Circuit Revives Court Access Lawsuit in Maryland

The Fourth Circuit just revived a lawsuit challenging a Maryland statute that prohibits individuals from broadcasting courtroom audio transcripts. Says "lawfully obtained recordings cannot constitutionally be punished ‘absent a need to further a state interest of the highest order.'"

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As Summer Starts Maryland Judge Says Restrictions On Boardwalk Performers Unconstitutional

A U.S. district court judge in Maryland ruled that restrictions on street performers in Ocean City is unconstitutional. The decision says the restrictions placed a "substantial burden" on harmless speech.

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Confederate Statues In Charlottesville Continue to Divide

The debate over the removal of Confederate statues has loomed large over the past five years, met with protests, violence and now a question by the President over whether history is being rewritten.

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