Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
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This justification comes not just from our hilarious content and insightful legal angles, but from the ABA Journal -- the American Bar Association's official magazine -- which has, for the first time, included Legally Weird in its list of the Top 100 "Blawgs" in all the blogosphere.
The ABA Journal is calling for votes to settle which of the "Blawg 100" reigns supreme in 2013. So here are just 10 reasons why you should rock the online vote for Legally Weird, which you can find in the "For Fun" category:
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Think gay marriage is ruining the country? Legally Weird covers some of the strangest cases of person-on-pet deviancy -- and their corresponding state laws -- that may make you rethink your position.
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