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12/05/2005

Do ask, do rule: Supremes to hear "DADT' case

by Jeremy Hooper

    The U.S. Supreme Court, with new Chief Justice John Roberts (pic.) steering the ship, will hear a case this week in which they'll decide whether discrimination-disallowing colleges have the right to ban military recruiters from their campus on the basis of the armed forces' "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

   Relatedly, Judge Judy (pic.) will today hear one case where a woman accuses her ex-boyfriend of "not only stealing and selling her property, but of cheating on her with the mother of his child," and another in which a "a young man allows an unlicensed minor to borrow his car and then sues him when the vehicle is totaled on an alleged pizza run."

Salary of a Supreme Court Justice: $200,000
Judge Judy's reported salary: $25,000,000

Eh, sounds about right.

Gay rights issue goes before Supreme Court this week [Chicago Sun-Times]

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