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Tag Archives: women’s rights

Richard Rombro, former Baltimore judge, dies at 91 (access required)

Retired Baltimore City Circuit Judge Richard T. Rombro, whose landmark 1998 ruling that Maryland’s anti-sodomy law could not be applied to consensual acts presaged the U.S. Supreme Court’s validation 17 years later of same-sex marriage as constitutionally protected,  died Tuesday ...

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Transgender girl forgoes ‘Jane Doe’ moniker in lawsuit

Welcome to Monday, the 53rd anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. Here are some news items to get your week started. — Transgender girl is no mere “plaintiff” in lawsuit against private school. — Is affirmative action still necessary? — ...

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