Bill of Rights
“It’s a great day for Pennsylvania and a great day for Philadelphia that we actually get to view an original copy,” Gov. Tom Corbett said during a speech at the exhibit opening.
The National Constitution Center is putting a rare, original copy of the Bill of Rights on display.
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On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Chris Stigall spoke with Adele Keim from the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty who represented Hobby Lobby in their case against the federal government’s mandate that they provide certain types of birth control they object to for their employees.
The bill, which allows the posting of “In God We Trust” and the Bill of Rights in schools, was previously amended by the House to eliminate language that had required schools to display the national motto.
So, why is okay for a state to restrict your right to protect yourself in public?
The new Patient’s Bill of Rights protects many basic rights of Americans when it comes to personal health care and dealing with insurance companies.
The newest Supreme Court ruling on what has become known as the “Miranda” warning makes a big shift, according to James Funt, chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s criminal justice section. In his words, “Anything you don’t say could be used against you in court.”
There’s a new bill designed to protect you if the unexpected happens during your trip.
The New York Public Library acquired what is believed to be Pennsylvania’s copy in 1896.
Richard Dreyfuss shares and op-ed piece on an imaginary news conference given by President Obama discussing Rick Santorum.
City Council has approved new safeguards for families of children placed into Philadelphia’s foster care system, including requirements for reporting abuse.