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Title notwithstanding, the real Anita Hill is nowhere in these pages
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Commissioners adopt harassment policyCarroll commissioners unanimously adopted...
County to adopt new bias, harassment policy
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Reconsidering Church-State Barriers SUPREME COURT
Abortion foes see clout constantly diminishing ON POLITICS
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The Myth of the Impartial Judge
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Judiciary panel approves Reno, 18-0 Senate confirmation is likely today
Women's colleges are enjoying increases in applications, admissions
The Collapse of Civil Society
Supreme Court to hear sexual harassment lawsuit Case involves supervisor's lewd remarks
List of top 100 blacks has author Salley on the defensive
High court protects property of 'innocent owners' Ruling concerns property tied to illegal drug activity
Hyperbole Reaches New Heights
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Marshall: Baltimore's Legal Legend
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Tougher law on sexual harassment to be proposed
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Supreme Court restricts appeals from death row
Marshall's friends and colleagues mourn passing of larger-than-life jurist
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Abortion clinics lose civil rights protection
Court curbs home office tax break Allowance reduced for self-employed
Fairness is forgotten when a story's at stake
How Different Will the Congress Really Be?
Politics halts 2 on the way to federal judgeships
Politics halts Quarles, Armentrout on way to bench
Politics halts 2 on the way to federal bench Quarles, Armentrout denied judgeships
Court to rule on bank sales of insurance Justices also strike D.C. law down
To appear new, Clinton may use the old politics ON POLITICS
Who was Malcolm X?
Guam decision shifts abortion fight to states ON POLITICS
States can't call abortion a crime, high court says 6-3 decision lets stand overturning of tough Guam law
CLINTON COURT PICK TO SET TONE Appellate bench has key vacancy
Packwood sex probe is sought Women's groups want investigation
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'We've voted. Now it's your turn'
Malcolm X: major humanist hero
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