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Why we will no longer be a welcoming church
We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Wrapping paper doesn't recycle: Tips for holiday recycling
That wrapping paper soon to be lying on your living-room floor may be deceiving to recyclers.
What will be hot for collectors in 2018? Among the expected trends, I see a return of boho collecting. Boho style — that is, hippie, Bohemian or gypsy looks that
Judge: IDOC staff must be trained on transgender issues
SPRINGFIELD — A federal judge has ordered state corrections officers to undergo training on transgender issues, stemming from a lawsuit filed by an inmate who wants to be transferred to
What kind of snake is this? How to identify common snakes in Texas
April showers poured down on San Antonio and its time for locals to enjoy the May flowers, but sometimes slithering snakes can interrupt the enjoyment of the outdoors.
Former Missouri chief justice and a top St. Louis prosecutor join county prosecutor's office
Wesley Bell hires former Missouri Supreme Court Justice Michael Wolff and former first assistant at the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's office , Robert Steele
Chief Justice: Missouri judges must weigh bail alternatives
The chief justice of the Missouri Supreme Court announced new rules Wednesday requiring judges to first consider non-monetary conditions for pretrial release, a shift aimed at reducing court costs that can sometimes derail the lives of low-income defendants.
Chief Justice warns against ‘overly rigid’ guide on personal injuries
Justice Frank Clarke also says Brexit to lead to ‘particular burden’ on Irish legal system
Arizona chief justice revises criticized photo/video rules for courthouse area
PHOENIX — Facing criticism, the chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court rescinded an order that banned photography and videos around the courthouse and on the sidewalks outside.
Maine must beef up mental health and addiction services, chief justice tells lawmakers
In her annual address to the Legislature, Leigh Saufley calls for more treatment, safe and sober housing, and facilities for youths in crisis.
Should voters elect judges based on political party? Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice says no
AUSTIN — The chief justice of the Texas Supreme Court called on lawmakers to increase judicial pay, overhaul pretrial detention and do away with...
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice to decide whether to disqualify Lake County judge for resentencing
Attorneys for Anthony Polizzi asked Lake County Common Pleas Court Judge John P. O’Donnell to recuse himself after Polizzi’s 33-year prison sentence was overturned and returned to his courtroom for
Alabama Chief Justice candidate Tom Parker: 'I know what we need'
"I know what we need," Associate Justice Tom Parker says of Alabama's court system.
what is Chief Justice John Roberts up to?
The Supreme Court's nominal leader can make a huge difference -- and did this term. But where is he headed and why?
Chief Justice John Roberts' Supreme Court at 10, defying labels
The Supreme Court and its chief justice, John Roberts, have proven less reliable for conservatives and more surprising for liberals after 10 years.
Here’s How Obamacare Was Saved…….Thru Chief Justice John Roberts
Chief Justice John Roberts arrived at the Valletta campus of the University of Malta on July 3, 2012, to teach a class on Supreme Court history. As he emerged from the back seat of a black sedan, he...
Why Impeachment Could Be a Nightmare for Chief Justice John Roberts
In a Senate impeachment trial, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts oversees the proceedings. That puts Roberts in a tough place.
Fear And Loathing At The Supreme Court — What Is Chief Justice John Roberts Up To?
The Supreme Court's nominal leader can make a huge difference — and did this term. But where is he headed and why?
How Chief Justice John Roberts would lead the Senate impeachment trial
As American politics has grown more polarized, Roberts has tried to recede from view rather than become more prominent. But many expect President Trump would try to turn impeachment proceedings into a circus. And it may be then that Roberts would be forced to have a stronger hand, if only to maintain