Supreme Court Rules Detained Foreign Nationals In U.S. Illegally Aren’t Entitled Bond Hearings

The U.S. Supreme Court Dealt Another Blow To Foreign Nationals Entering And Reentering The U.S. Illegally By Unanimously Ruling That Federal Law Doesn’t Entitle Them To A Bond Hearing.

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Supreme Court Rules Detained Foreign Nationals In U.S. Illegally Can’t File Class Action Lawsuits

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.

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Supreme Court Reverses Ruling That Limited States’ Veto Power Over Energy Projects

The U.S. Supreme Court Reversed A Lower Court Ruling That Blocked A Rule That Limits How States Can Veto Big Energy Projects Through The Clean Water Act.

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Biden Wants An Affirmative Action Supreme Court

Biden Campaigned As A Moderate, And The Media Rewrote Harris’ Resume To Hoodwink Voters That She Too Was A Moderate. But Both Of Them Have Shown Neither Have A Moderate Bone In Their Bodies. Nothing In Biden’s Resume Suggests Anything Different While Choosing His First Court Appointee. Conservatives Get Nervous With Each GOP Nominee, But Liberals Never Fear Nominating An “In Your Face” Progressive. They Dare Republicans To Question Their Objectivity, Query Their Social Views And Get Furious If Challenged About Law. The Hearings Could Get Worse Than A Bad Soap Opera Marathon.

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Breyer’s Imminent Retirement From U.S. Supreme Court Sparks Speculation About His Replacement

Justice Stephen Breyer, The Most Senior Member Of The U.S. Supreme Court’s Liberal Wing, Will Step Down From His Post After His Replacement Is Confirmed. This News Has Set Off A Flurry Of Speculation And Political Posturing Over Who Would Replace The Democrat-Appointed Justice.

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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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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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