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a walk taken by healthy persons to strengthen their health and by ill persons undergoing a course of treatment. Constitutionals are especially indicated for patients with certain diseases of the cardiovascular system, respiratory organs, gastrointestinal tract, and liver. Constitutionals are also recommended for people with a tendency toward obesity. At health resorts, terrain cure is used for treatment purposes.

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Soledad cross memorial," said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ, which is active in defending the constitutionality of the cross.
Recently, two separate federal appellate courts upheld the constitutionality of invocation policies in the cities of Lancaster, CA, and Lakeland, FL.
But ACLU attorney Peter Eliasberg said even if the high court decision upheld the constitutionality of the cross on the seal, court cases in California have interpreted the First Amendment to mean governments can't put crosses on seals.
While the Sixth Circuit was correct to consider those decisions in weighing the constitutionality of the Ohio investment tax credit, it erred in concluding that the Court's jurisprudence mandated striking down Ohio's investment tax credit.
Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, a national gay rights legal group, is considering an appeal of a 2001 Texas court decision upholding the constitutionality of the state's same-sex sodomy law.
Texas,(1) the Supreme Court considered the constitutionality of roadblocks and created a framework for evaluating their lawfulness.
The lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of the Rent Stabilization Law because it does not assure that owners will receive a just and reasonable rate of return on their property.
There are other legal challenges underway including a federal lawsuit filed against the federal government challenging the constitutionality of the Memorial.
Now that the court has upheld the constitutionality of the law, we can continue to focus our attention on ensuring that every Pennsylvania citizen who wants to vote has the identification necessary to make sure their vote counts.
If the Attorney General's Office grants the request, separate legal counsel for Cooley and Auerbach will be able to file lawsuits similar to the one Baca filed challenging the constitutionality of the term limits.
Courts have traditionally upheld the constitutionality of military and hospital chaplains because armed forces personnel and hospital patients are unable to visit houses of worship independently.
Additionally, the Court considered several vehicle search cases and ruled on the following: 3) the scope of the motor vehicle search and whether it extends to passenger belongings; 4) the constitutionality of a state statute permitting law enforcement to search a vehicle under circumstances where the officer could have made an arrest but instead chose to issue a citation; and 5) whether exigent circumstances are required in order to justify searching under the motor vehicle exception.