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David Galitz

St. Anthony, MN
Commenter for
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Posted on 08/13/14 at 01:41 pm in response to Otto trounces Entenza in auditor race

Low turn out is usually the best chance a fringe or insurgent candidate has of beating an incumbent.

Posted on 08/13/14 at 01:39 pm in response to Twin Cities family at center of organized crime ring

it could also be a carry over from the earlier reports when the suspect was unidentified, and the plates and vehicle make were about all that was known.

Use a wheelchair? Have a service animal? Don't bother calling Uber or Lyft.

Posted on 07/16/14 at 09:38 am in response to Poll: 68 percent of Republicans say Obama should be impeached

They're frantically trying to fan a spark into a flame. Not realizing it's only an LED candle.

Posted on 07/16/14 at 09:28 am in response to Whatever happened to the gay-marriage backlash?

The Lower courts are merely taking their cue from Scalia, and doing exactly what he said the ruling did.

Hobby Lobby's appeal focused on only four specific contraceptives. However, the very next day, SCOTUS issued orders that clarified, that yes indeed, their decision applied to every form of contraception. That in spite of Alito's claims that his decision was a "narrow" one.

Posted on 07/08/14 at 10:34 am in response to How does the Supreme Court nullify thee? Let us count the ways

well, I hope that piercing of the corporate veil goes both ways, and not simply when it's convenient or beneficial to the owners.

Posted on 07/01/14 at 10:13 am in response to Post-Hobby Lobby, how will affected women get contraception coverage?

Interestingly, within hours of the Hobby Lobby decision, the 11th circuit Appeals court cited Alito's decision to strike down as a violation of RFRA the very secondary accommodation that Alito and Kennedy used to assure themselves that their decision would not impact access to birth control.

Somehing else to keep in mind with the auto comparison is: if the car is too expensive to repair? you can just write it off and get another one if you need to.

You don't have that option with your body and health.

your (and the Green's) biology is wrong. None of the objected contraceptive methods are abortifacients.

Regardless, the insurance is part of the employee's compensation in exchange for their labor. The employer has now put restrictions on how an employee uses their compensation.