- Jul 09, 2014
A) A judge has dismissed Insane Clown Posse’s lawsuit against the FBI for including it on a 2011 list of gangs. Lawsuits, how do they work? The Guardian.
B) Missouri is considering a constitutional amendment that would strengthen the right to bear arms. Washington Post.
C) Nontraditional applicants to law school should also be asking nontraditional questions. U.S. News & World Report.
D) In response to a request by students, Washington and Lee University will remove Confederate flags from its chapel. Washington Post.
E) 29 Incredibly Specific Apology Cakes, for those who (among other things) are bad at refilling the Brita. BuzzFeed.
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