Court Rules CDC Eviction Moratorium Is Unconstitutional

The Sixth Circuit Court Of Appeals Unanimously Ruled That The National Eviction Moratorium Mandated By The CDC Is Unconstitutional. The Court Said In Its Ruling That The Matter Ultimately Needed To Be Resolved By Congress.

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SCOTUS Wades Into National Debate Over Pipelines

As Both Parties Debate The Construction Of New Oil And Gas Pipelines, The U.S. Supreme Court Has Weighed In, Saying States Cannot Overturn Federal Eminent Domain Permits For Those Projects.

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Supreme Court Rules Against NCAA On Student-Athlete Compensation

After Several Years Of Challenges To The NCAA’s Power Over Student Athlete Compensation, The Supreme Court Reached A Unanimous Decision Upholding A Lower Court’s Ruling That The Current NCAA Regulations Violate Federal Antitrust Laws. The NCAA Cannot Restrict Educational Benefits To Student Athletes.

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Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge To Obamacare On Technicality

Supreme Court Ruled In Favor Of Upholding The Affordable Care Act In The Case, California V. Texas, Citing A Lack Of Legal Standing By Texas And The Other Plaintiffs.
The High Court, However, Did Leave The Door Open To Future Challenges.

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Democrats Divided Over ‘Court-Packing’ Legislation; GOP Unified Against It

Republicans Quickly Unified Thursday Against A New Democratic Bill That Would Add Four Seats To The U.S. Supreme Court, And Before The Day Was Out, Democrats Had Already Begun Dividing Over The Issue.

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Biden Calls For Unity After Being Sworn In As 46th President

Biden Touts Promise Of Unity And Boldness And Marks The Beginning Of A Push For Progressive Policies That Could Have A Widespread Effect On Taxpayers.

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