• Roe v. Wade: A Legal History | Part Two: The Right to Privacy
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    Roe v. Wade: A Legal History | Part Two: The Right to Privacy

    By the time Roe v. Wade came down, she’d actually already had the baby, so the reason the case continued was because there was a desire both by litigants and by the Supreme Court to address the issue, not because it was a individual pressing case that someone brought. The first argument was in the winter of 1971 but two Justices had suddenly died prior to that argument so they were short on the bench. They have the oral argument in Roe. Shortly after, they have the oral argument in a case called Eisenstadt versus Baird, which was about extending the right to use contraception beyond married couples to single…

  • GOP Scare Tactic – Healthcare Bill Of Rights
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    GOP Scare Tactic – Healthcare Bill Of Rights

    we have the republicans of course and they have at this amuses me to know and they have come up with a health care bill of rights for senior citizens as if they work the party that fought against social security and that fought against medicare and tried to kill those when knows what started now also the pop were there to protect medicare atmospheres and make sure they get dramatic on medicare as government isn’t it what happened because i thought you were guess government-run health care let’s let medicare we’re not a protected welcome i meant is altered to say i laugh at you for part of my…

  • REAL ID: Be Prepared
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    REAL ID: Be Prepared

    [splash] So, I got my new enhanced driver’s license. You got me wet! The REAL ID Act goes into effect in Washington State on October 1st, 2020. Mhm. Yeah, standard Washington State driver’s licenses will no longer be valid for domestic air travel. Uh huh. You can find what you need online, it’s super easy. Riiiiight. Right, right, right. I’m, uh, actually all set. I have a military ID. Navy SEAL. [splash] Hi! Did you know the REAL ID Act–? I have a passport. So I’m good.

  • My Personal Bill of Rights
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    My Personal Bill of Rights

    I have the right to be uniquely myself. I have the right to make mistakes and not be perfect. I have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. I have the right to expect honesty from others. I have the right to make my own choices. I have the right to determine my own priorities. I have the right to change my mind. I have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. I have the right to say I don’t know. I have the right to express all of my feelings. I have the right to tell my story. I have the right to be happy.…

  • The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment
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    The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment

    right a publicity in the first amendment to write a publicity is not The Constitutional Right. The right of publicity is fundamentally an economic right. It’s the right to exploit your name image or likeness for commercial gain The right of publicity is not mentioned in the Constitution. Unlike copyright or patents, it’s not there. The right of publicity therefore does not give the holder of the right the right to censor inflammatory or offensive portrayals, because the First Amendment The First Amendment protects information in the public interest. As the press likes to say it is the right of the public to know and the press’ right to tell.…

  • The First Amendment – The Story of the Bill of Rights
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    The First Amendment – The Story of the Bill of Rights

    The First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. The First Amendment is absolutely vital. One of the reasons why there is a United States is freedom of religion, but there’s two parts of that. One is the liberty to believe what you want to believe. The other part of that is the Framers did not want a government to establish a religion, so, it’s right there in the First Amendment,…

  • Fundamental Rights in  Constitution of India, in simple Hindi/Urdu (Topic: 2)
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    Fundamental Rights in Constitution of India, in simple Hindi/Urdu (Topic: 2)

    Hello friends, In this video, we’ll talk about what Fundamental Rights are granted to us by the Constitution of India. and where exactly it grants us these rights, and what are these rights. friends, the third part of the Constitution grants us these rights, the fundamental rights and these rights are guaranteed to every citizen of India and no government has any power to snatch away these rights from us. and this third part starts from the 12th Article and this part goes up to 35th Article now, let’s see what are these rights the 1st Right is Right to Equality the 2nd Right is Right to Freedom, the 3rd…

  • Law and Justice – Economic Justice in Early Greece – 4.8 What are Rights?
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    Law and Justice – Economic Justice in Early Greece – 4.8 What are Rights?

    >>>>Our political lexicon, that is, the language that we use to talk about law and justice is suffused, it’s filled throughout with the language of rights. We use rights, we use this language without even thinking about it. And so it’s especially important to step back and try and define what we mean when we invoke the language of rights. What are rights? We’ve defined property, and property is a bundle of rights. So it’s important that we in turn define rights, and then try to ask what justifies certain kinds of rights and then, in the broadest sense, throughout the rest of this course ask what is the moral…