Supreme Court Ruling Allows New Texas Abortion Law To Remain

The U.S. Supreme Court Upheld A New Texas Law Banning Abortions Once A Heartbeat Is Detected In A Ruling Late Wednesday. The Law Went Into Effect Wednesday, Making Texas The First State To Effectively Ban A Majority Of Abortions From Being Performed In The State.

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Supreme Court Upholds States’ Efforts To Ensure Voter Integrity

The Supreme Court On Thursday Correctly Concluded That States Could Enact Commonsense And Necessary Protections To Ensure The Integrity Of Their Electoral Systems. States Like Georgia, Iowa And Florida Can Rest Assured That Specious Challenges To Their Legitimate Efforts To Guarantee The Sanctity Of The Vote Will Not Be Supported By Activist Judges.

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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 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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Not So Unexpected Consequences

“Sometimes small gestures have unexpected consequences. Major initiatives practically guarantee them.” President Joe Biden’s January 20, 2021 Executive Order on Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation’s most controversial aspect , or at least the item that has received the greatest attention to date, is the likely impact on women’s sports. Federally funded institutions will be forced to allow biological men access to women’s sports and scholarships meant for women in sports. This would include virtually all colleges and universities, and nearly every public high school in America.

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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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Texas Files SCOTUS Lawsuit Against Four States Alleging Violations of Constitutional Provisions In Election

Texas Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania stating that they ignored both state and federal law and that their failure to abide by rule casts a dark shadow over the outcome of the entire election.

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Election Law Under Microscope As Legal Battles Continue

Legal battles are still being waged in several states over alleged election irregularities and fraud, and incorrectly executed federal and state procedures. However, an obscure rule, called the “Safe Harbor Date” may compel states to certify Election Results and for Congress to accept them, thereby, declaring a Presidential winner officially. Safe Harbor Date is today, December 8th.

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