SCOTUS To Hear Arguments Against Homeland Security For Releasing Criminal Foreign Nationals Into U.S.

Oral Arguments Are Scheduled To Be Heard Before The U.S. Supreme Court This Month In A Case Brought By Texas And Louisiana Over The Department Of Homeland Security Altering Policy To Prohibit Certain Violent Criminal Foreign Nationals From Being Detained And Deported And Instead Releasing Them Into The U.S.

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Florida Files SCOTUS Brief Ahead Of Oral Arguments Over DHS Not Deporting Violent Criminal Aliens

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Filed A Brief With The U.S. Supreme Court In Support Of A Lawsuit Filed By Texas And Louisiana Seeking To Halt A Department Of Homeland Security Policy That Limited Federal Agents From Detaining And Deporting Dangerous Criminal Aliens…

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TN Attorney General Signs Amicus Brief Asking Supreme Court To Enforce Federal Immigration Law

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Signed An Amicus Brief, Led By Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Regarding Federal Immigration Law.

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Tennessee College Alumni Call For Removal of Justice Barrett From Hall of Fame

A Rhodes College Alumni Group Is Circulating A Petition Calling For The School To Strip Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett Of Her Place In The School’s “Hall Of Fame.” They Are Pushing For This Because Of Barrett’s Recent Vote To Overturn Roe V. Wade.

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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Says Country Is Seeing Growing Hostility To Religious Freedom

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.

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Tennessee Medical Schools Fear Accreditation Issues From Ban on Abortion Training

While Some Medical Professionals Continue To Claim That Negative Effects Are Going To Continue To Trickle Down From The Supreme Court’s Recent Reversal Of Roe V. Wade, Tennessee’s Medical Schools Claim They May Not Be Able To Meet Accreditation Standards If Residents Are Unable To Receive Training In Providing Abortions.

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U.S. Supreme Court Hands Texas Another Legal Victory On Biden’s Immigration Policies

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.

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Op-Ed: The Case SCOTUS Should Never Have Ruled Upon

If The Supreme Court Hadn’t Intervened On Abortion, Healthy Political Debate Would Have Resulted In More Agreeable State Laws Passed By State Legislatures. Instead, The Court Assumed The Power Of The States And Pinned Them To A Wall Mandating They Accept Abortion Laws They Never Wanted. Anyone Who Thinks The Issue Is Over, Must Remember, What The Supreme Court Gives, It Can Always Take Away.

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