Supreme Court won't hear 'boobies' bracelet case; Third Circuit ruling siding with students stands

Pennsylvania students Brianna Hawk and Kayla Martinez won’t have to worry about removing their “I <3 boobies! (KEEP A BREAST)” bracelets anytime soon, as the nation’s highest court declined to hear their school district’s latest appeal to ban the accessories

Federal ruling extends housing-discrimination liability to writers of "harassing" blog posts

It's illegal to "interfere with" a person's efforts to obtain housing based on disability status, but a federal appeals court has become the first to rule that "interference" can mean making insulting comments on a blog, even if you're just a bystander and not the landlord.