Hoping to keep the issue alive, the conservative UMP party planned to challenge the law in the Constitutional Council. If you doubt this distinction between the categories, consider the very different paths that public opinion takes on the two sets of issues.
Two issues that seem to fall somewhere in between — and that have recently been framed with some success as civil rights issues — are marijuana and criminal justice. In recent weeks, violent attacks against gay couples have spiked and some legislators have received threats -- including Claude Bartelone, the Assembly president, who got a gunpowder-filled envelope on Monday.
On the same day, voters in Arkansas handily defeated a proposal to allow the drug even for medicinal purposes.
Recruiting people for studies of same-sex relationships poses several unique challenges beyond typical recruitment concerns. Experimental and quasi-experimental designs for generalized causal inference. Investigators certainly must continue to push for funding to include same-sex relationships in new and ongoing data collections.
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Is this movement toward decentralization and polarization a momentary lapse in what once seemed an unavoidable march toward federal control? In New York, meanwhile, Gov. France was lagging behind. But many prominent thinkers give credence to the sorting thesis, and if it does hold some truth, then ideological and geographic divisions should harden in the coming decades.
In recent weeks, violent attacks against gay couples have spiked and some legislators have received threats -- including Claude Bartelone, the Assembly president, who got a gunpowder-filled envelope on Monday. Yes, the two sides in the debate each believe that one of these denials utterly overwhelms the other.
I want to be both, and you gave me that permission. Arkansas and North Dakota are two of the most recent single-party legislatures to pass abortion restrictions, outlawing abortions after 12 and six weeks of pregnancy, respectively.