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The Daily Memo - 4/17/08

check.jpgYesterday, the Supremes upheld Kentucky’s use of lethal injection with a 7-2 decision in favor of tapping the veins, although “two of the seven justices who voted to uphold lethal injection … did so unhappily.” (Slate)

check.jpgAnd the Supremes also had death on the mind as they heard argument about whether child rapists should get the death penalty. (LawInfo)

check.jpgThe Third Circuit thinks enhanced drug labels are for pussies. (FindLaw)

check.jpgDid Elton John violate federal law by throwing a fundraising concert for Hillary? (Judicial Watch)

check.jpgSpeaking of music and the candidates, the Boss has endorsed Obama as being “head and shoulders above the rest.” (BruceSpringsteen.net)

check.jpgThe Third Circuit has also ruled that a NJ football coach didn’t have his First Amendment rights violated when his high school told him to stop letting his players have a moment of silence before the games. (Law.com)

check.jpg“Retarded state legislation: California edition.” (Supreme Dicta)

check.jpgFor you across-the-pond entrepreneurs. (YourSmallBusiness)

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my college used to do jean day to show support for gays and lesbians. I thought that was weird too