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Is the right to an abortion "deeply rooted in this Nation's history and tradition?"

Is there the possibility of constructing/discovering a right which is not already "deeply rooted in this Nation's history and tradition?" According to the Constitution, the answer is a very ...
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Is the right to an abortion "deeply rooted in this Nation's history and tradition?"

The critical flaw in Alito's argument The draft opinion has two appendices, comprising the last 31 pages, which enumerates (purportedly) all abortion laws in place at the time of the 14th amendment's ...
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Is the right to an abortion "deeply rooted in this Nation's history and tradition?"

The paragraphs you cite do not make the claim that “abortion was deeply rooted” They raise the issue that the evidence that Alito is relying on to say it wasn’t doesn’t actually say that it wasn’t. ...
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Strictly speaking, are damages an essential element of breach of contract?

This seems untenable, as it would blur the distinction between contract and tort law and turn breach of contract into some sort of quasi-tort action. The main difference between tort and breach of ...
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Strictly speaking, are damages an essential element of breach of contract?

There is a split of authority between states. It is not an element of a contract claim in Colorado. See, e.g., Dennis I. Spenser Contractor, Inc. v. City of Aurora, 884 P.2d 326, 327 (Colo. 1994); ...
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Strictly speaking, are damages an essential element of breach of contract?

Strictly speaking, are damages an element of breach of contract? There are inconsistent formulations of breach of contract. But that inconsistency is inconsequential. What matters is that damages --...
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What is the history of visas and when did they begin to become requirements for entering a country?

W.r.t. the US, visas were introduced by the Immigration Act of 1924, which declares that §2. (a) A consular officer upon the application of any a co immigrant (as defined in section 8) may (under ...
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