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Family squabbles over money? Old news. But suing one of your parents to enforce a promise to pay for a college education? We don't see that every day. Story here (hat tip to Lounge fan Mike Cassidy).
And Greg Abbott (current Texas AG and former Texas Supreme Court Justice) weighs in on the recent SCOTUS opinion in McDonald v. City of Chicago with this editorial.
Posted by Tim Zinnecker at 02:30 PM in Constitutional Law, Education, Family Law_, Supreme Court | Permalink
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Great Article. Thanks! Check out Law Riot.
July 05, 2010 at 10:17 PM
Great post, great links. This law must have to pass so, that students are able to get better education.
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August 10, 2010 at 05:35 AM
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