The First Amendment protects free speech and limits the government’s ability to compel speech, but neither the right to speak nor the right to be silent is absolute. There were arguments in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, a case that may further define the extent of First Amendment safeguards. The challenged California Reproductive FACT Act was enacted in 2015 and has different requirements that apply to licensed and unlicensed pregnancy-related providers.Pro-life, anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers object to the law because “[f]orcing a pro-life group to advertise for abortion has to be unconstitutional.” California, cannot be permitted to enforce this law, which levies fines for noncompliance, against centers whose “sole mission is encouraging expectant mothers to give their children the opportunity for life.” I did not detect that much bias about this topic. The two branches that i saw as i read this article was the judicial branch and the executive branch. They said he message alone, they argue, is enough to declare the law unconstitutional. The one box on the chart said The supreme court may rule that laws or executive acts are unconstitutional. The Supreme Court made three tests to determine whether the Free Speech clause has been violated, but the justices do not always agree on when to apply these tests.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) An Omaha attorney will fill a vacancy on the Nebraska Supreme Court, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Wednesday. The governor's office said Ricketts has chosen Jonathan J. Papik to replace Justice Max Kelch, who resigned after less than two years on the bench following an ethics complaint filed against him. Gorsuch was appointed by President Donald Trump last year to replace Antonin Scalia.Papik graduated with honors from Harvard Law School and served as an executive editor for the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy."He has a great legal mind and is dedicated to upholding the constitution," the governor said. There was no bias that i detected in this article. The two branches that i saw in this articles are the judicial branch and the executive branch. It said that the president appoints supreme court and other federal judges. We see an example of this through this article. The governor chose him after the last judge had resigned less then two years on the bench.
Congressional negotiators are expected to release a final bill later Wednesday. The release of the 2,000-plus-page bill Wednesday evening, after a two-day delay, touched off a legislative sprint as lawmakers try to pass it before Friday night, the deadline to avoid a government shutdown. One official said “We have to pay our troops and support our president.” Trump’s support for the emerging compromise was suddenly cast into doubt, forcing House Speaker Paul D. Ryan to rush to the White House. They ended up having mutual agreements. There was a $78 billion increase in military spending over 2017 levels, while Democrats won a $52 billion increase for domestic programs. The spending bill faces opposition from many conservative Republicans, but they are unlikely to be able to derail the legislation given its likely support among Democrats and more moderate Republicans. There was not much bias in this article, they added multiple opinions. The two branches that i saw in this article was legislative branch and executive branch. One example, was how they may be able to override what the presidents decision would be. There is still a house vote that needed for the bill that will happen on thursday. Also one thing that related to these branches was how they had to have a meeting with Paul Ryan, for the president.
The president is upset with congressional leaders for slow-rolling his core campaign promise, and for failing to defund sanctuary cities in their spending bill. President Donald Trump threatened to veto a massive government spending package over border wall funding measures, a senior White House official and two senior House Republican aides told The Atlantic. A white house official said “He certainly wants the wall money,” the senior White House official said. “And he knows the ink is not dry yet on the bill.”His conversation with Paul Ryan ended with the conclusion that “their shared priorities secured in the omnibus spending bill,” and that “the president and the leaders discussed their support for the bill.” The bias I detected was that they were against the wall. The two branches that I see in this article is the executive branch and the legislative branch. The president may veto a bill. I also saw in the article that the presidents veto may be overridden. I did not see the other branch connected with this article.