Supreme Court Rules Illegal Immigrants With Temporary Protected Status Are Not Entitled To Green Cards

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled Monday That People Who Have Entered The U.S. Illegally And Remain Under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Are Not Entitled To Receive Green Cards.

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U.S. Supreme Court Overturns California’s Restrictions On In-Home Religious Activities

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled Late Friday That California’s COVID-19 Restrictions On In-Home Religious Gatherings, Limiting Worship To Families From A Maximum Of Three Households, Could Not Continue.

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Arizona Defends Election Integrity Laws Before SCOTUS

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Made The State’s Case Tuesday For Maintaining A Couple Of Election Integrity Issues That, If Deemed Illegal, Could Change Election Laws Across The Country.

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Statewide In-Person Worship Ban Ended In California, As SCOTUS Rules Against Governor Newsom

While The Court Blocked California From Enforcing Its Total Ban On In-Person Worship, It Allowed The State To Impose A 25 Percent Capacity For Houses Of Worship And Allowed The Governor’s Ban On Singing And Chanting To Continue.

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Supreme Court Expected To Rule On California’s Religious Liberty Case Any Day

All But Six States Have Abandoned Numerical Caps On Worship. Only California Continues To Completely Ban Indoor Worship.

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SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Colorado Church Challenging State’s Rising Restrictions

Following A Previous Ruling Siding With California Churches In Challenge To Ban On Indoor Services, A Decision Praised By Faith Communities, The United States Supreme Court Has Sided With A Colorado Church In Challenge Of State’s COVID Restrictions.

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