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By PBS NewsHour
President Bush said Friday he believes other U.S. courts will uphold the National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance program a day after a federal judge in Detroit ruled it unconstitutional.
A federal judge ruled Monday that special military tribunals held for detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba are unconstitutional and that the detainees have a right to legally challenge their confinement, delivering a setback for the Bush administration.
A federal judge in San Francisco on Tuesday declared unconstitutional a controversial law that bans a specific form of late-term abortion in the first legal test of the new law.
Massachusetts' highest court ruled in a 4-3 decision Tuesday that the state's ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional and ordered the state legislature to come up with a solution within 180 days.
President Bush entered the debate over affirmative action Wednesday, calling a University of Michigan Law School program to encourage minority acceptance in college "fundamentally flawed" and unconstitutional.
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