The Supreme Court's unanimous decision Monday that the NCAA can't limit education-related compensation might not have colleges immediately rushing to put computers and paid internships in players' hands.
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(The Center Square) – The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday blocked a statewide ballot initiative that purported to expand animal cruelty regulations from appearing on the November 2022 ballot.
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(The Center Square) - The Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Thursday that the city of Philadelphia violated the first amendment by refusing to contract with a Catholic foster home because of the group's refusal to certify same-sex couples as foster parents.
(The Center Square) – Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday signed a massive transportation funding bill that will increase fees on drivers and consumers by $3.8 billion, bypassing the state Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
(The Center Square) - The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of upholding the Affordable Care Act in the case California v. Texas, citing a lack of legal standing by Texas and the other plaintiffs. The high court, however, did leave the door open to future challenges.
Stella McCartney campaigns with the Human Society International to urge the fashion industry to stop using fur.
Here's one from Frost: "For a lot of years, the school made a lot of money selling No. 7 jerseys and Eric Crouch only got a scholarship.
(The Center Square) – Bills passed during Colorado’s 2021 legislative session could result in up to a $617 million a year increase in taxes and fees depending on revenue estimates, according to a think tank analysis.