Spotlighting A Law That Stripped U.s.-born Women Of Citizenship -

citizens. But those who married men ineligible for citizenship, such as Chinese immigrants, still forfeited their U.S. citizenship, until that restriction was later repealed. Swalm sought to restore his grandmother's citizenship posthumously. He set up a Facebook page, "Justice for Elsie," and heard from descendants of other U.S.-born women stripped of their citizenship.

Supreme Court to consider challenge to law barring campaign falsehoods -

But Carvin and other election law experts say they are not aware of any successful criminal law prosecutions. He told the court that 15 states have similar laws. They are Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, Wisconsin and West Virginia. He said these laws were "almost certainly unconstitutional." Two years ago, the high court threw out the conviction of a Southern California man, Xavier Alvarez, who falsely claimed to have been awarded the Medal of Honor. In a 6-3 ruling, the court said the prosecution violated the 1st Amendment, a decision that was largely overlooked divorce attorney because it was handed down on the same day President Obama's healthcare law was upheld. Healthcare law experts say the debate over the Affordable Care Act has been hampered by many false and misleading claims, including the contention that it will fund abortions.

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