Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Said There’s A “Growing Hostility To Religion” In A Keynote Address He Gave Highlighting The Unique Protection Of Religion In The U.S. Constitution.Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday handed Texas another legal win in an ongoing lawsuit over the Department of Homeland Security’s deportation policy.Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled That Foreign Nationals In The U.S. Illegally And Detained On Immigration Charges Can’t File Class Action Lawsuits.Read more
Chief Justice John Roberts Said Tuesday That A Leaked Supreme Court Draft Opinion On An Abortion Rights Case Was An “Egregious Breach” Of Trust And Would Be Investigated.Read more
A Leaked Draft Opinion From The Supreme Court That Could Overturn Roe V. Wade Has Many In Tennessee Wondering How This Would Affect Abortion Access In The State.Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court Will Overturn The Landmark Decision In Roe V. Wade, Which Established Abortion As A Constitutional Right, Politico Reported Monday Based On What It Said Was A Draft Of A Majority Opinion Written By Justice Samuel Alito.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.