Three state Supreme Court seats are open, and three nominees were chosen from a field of six in each party.
Six Democrats and six Republicans are vying for three Supreme Court seats that will be up for grabs in November.
Marriage Equality Advocates Cautiously Optimistic As Same-Sex Marriage Arguments Head To US Supreme Court
In the 1990s more than two dozen states had laws banning gay marriage. Today, that number is at 13, with 36 states plus the District of Columbia passing laws or instituting court orders making marriage equality the law of the land.
Rich discusses the Supreme Court ruling on Rodriguez v. United States, Rand Paul calling John McCain and Lindsey Graham lapdogs for President Obama, and Jeb Bush praising the NSA. Rich also talks to Dennis Hof from the Moonlite Bunny Ranch.
More than half of the 800 people surveyed could not name a single Supreme Court justice.
The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association said Tuesday that Gov. Tom Wolf’s death penalty moratorium could affect plea bargains and how judges and juries view executions, arguing it violates elements of the state constitution.
Rich talked about the new ‘religious freedom’ law in Indiana, a man who berated a Chik Fil A employee three years ago that still has not found a job, and Jamie Foxx being criticized for making jokes about Bruce Jenner. He talked with author Kenneth Walsh about his book, Air Force One: A History of The Presidents and Their Planes, and labor lawyer Rick Grimaldi.
Kathleen Kane’s appearance at House budget hearings came not only on the eve of the Supreme Court arguments in her case, but on the same day that more charges were filed by Philadelphia DA Seth Williams in a sting operation involving Philadelphia lawmakers.
Rich Zeoli Talks To Attorney From Competitive Enterprise Institute About Expulsion Of University Of Oklahoma Students
On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Rich Zeoli spoke with Hans Bader, a Senior Attorney at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Rich covers a New York Times story on Iran and ISIS, a controversy at the University of Texas and a cop who is in trouble for a Facebook post. He talks to a student writer from USA Today, Dr. Mazz, and author Kirk Honeycutt.
Rich pondered the punishment for a student who make vulgar attacks against former Major League pitcher Curt Schilling’s daughter on Twitter, the Eagles trade of LeSean McCoy and a Vermont town’s proposal to lower the voting age. He also spoke with La Salle Professor Michael Boyle, CBS 3 Meteorologist Kate Bile, and author Lenore Skenazy.
The plaintiffs say that means residents of states like New Jersey and Pennsylvania — which did not establish their own exchanges — are not entitled to credits.
A Supreme Court order issued Tuesday granted the request by Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams to review the policy announced by the governor last month.
The Supreme Court ruled last week that tour guides in New Orleans have to be licensed to lead tours. A similar situation in Philadelphia several years ago resulted in the tour guides certifying themselves.
Rich analyzed Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s decision to place a moratorium on the death penalty, a court ruling requiring gamblers to return their winnings, and the premiere of 50 Shades of Grey. He also talked with the President of ASCAP, Paul Williams, CBS 3 Meteorologist Kate Bilo, and film critic, Stephen Whitty.