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Chicago Public Schools' Use of Outdated Football Equipment Could Lead To Future Lawsuits 

Last football season, the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) escaped a potential doomsday scenario when Cook County Judge Leroy K. Martin, Jr. dismissed a class-action lawsuit brought by former Chicago high school athlete, Alex Pierscionek, who alleged that the organization’s concussion polices were negligent and…

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Supreme Court Finally Thinks Something Is Racist In America... Except For Clarence Thomas

It is, more or less, legal to be racist during jury selection, you just can’t be obvious about it. That’s essentially the law that was established in Batson v. Kentucky in 1986. Generally speaking, trial attorneys can exclude jurors for any reason or no reason at all. Batson established that you couldn’t exclude a…