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Supreme Court Has Sizable Case Backlog With Time Running Short

The Supreme Court is headed into its final few weeks with nearly half of the cases heard this year still undecided, including ones that could reshape the law on everything from guns to abortion to social media. The

Supreme Court Has Sizable Case Backlog With Time Running Short2024-06-12T08:55:33-05:00

Incumbent Ga. Justice Pinson Tops Fmr Dem Rep. Barrow

Incumbent Georgia Supreme Court Justice Andrew Pinson defeated abortion-fueled challenge from John Barrow on Tuesday in nonpartisan court race. Decision Desk HQ called the race for Pinson with 56% of the vote after 60% of precincts reported. Former Democrat Rep.

Incumbent Ga. Justice Pinson Tops Fmr Dem Rep. Barrow2024-05-22T07:04:21-05:00

Alabama Court Revives Question About When Life Begins

Abortion opponents have made their case arguing for the life of the unborn. Abortion advocates have claimed "bodily autonomy." The Supreme Court, in its Roe v. Wade decision citing a case from 1965, declared a right to privacy

Alabama Court Revives Question About When Life Begins2024-05-16T07:48:13-05:00

Proposed US Abortion Restrictions Following ‘Liberal’ Europe

The Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson in 2022 reversed nearly a half-century of legal holding on abortion in the United States and returned the authority to regulate the practice to the states. Previously barred from virtually

Proposed US Abortion Restrictions Following ‘Liberal’ Europe2024-04-26T06:54:20-05:00

Biden Admin. Defends Abortion Pill Access at Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday is poised to consider whether to restrict access to the abortion pill as President Joe Biden's administration fights to maintain broad access to the medication in a major case that thrusts reproductive rights

Biden Admin. Defends Abortion Pill Access at Supreme Court2024-03-26T05:59:31-05:00

Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on Abortion Drug

The Supreme Court has set a date to hear arguments on a case concerning the availability of mifepristone, a drug used to end a pregnancy or treat a miscarriage in what will be the court's first time returning

Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on Abortion Drug2024-01-29T13:33:39-06:00

‘Political Convenience’: DeSantis Says Trump has ‘Flip-Flopped’ on Abortion, Suggests He Isn’t ‘Pro-Life’

Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida accused former President Donald Trump of not being “pro-life” during a CNN town hall. Trump called a Florida law which restricts abortion after the sixth week of pregnancy, when a fetal heartbeat

‘Political Convenience’: DeSantis Says Trump has ‘Flip-Flopped’ on Abortion, Suggests He Isn’t ‘Pro-Life’2024-01-05T12:02:26-06:00

Gorsuch Signed Off on Abortion Draft Opinion Quickly

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch signed off on a 98-page draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization in just 10 minutes, according to a breakdown of how the high court overturned the constitutional right to an

Gorsuch Signed Off on Abortion Draft Opinion Quickly2023-12-15T15:19:51-06:00

Supreme Court to Weigh Major Case on Abortion Pill Approval

By Kate Anderson Published on December 14, 2023 The Supreme Court announced Wednesday that it is taking on a case regarding the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the chemical abortion pill mifepristone. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine, the American

Supreme Court to Weigh Major Case on Abortion Pill Approval2023-12-14T11:30:39-06:00

Supreme Court to Decide Access to Abortion Pill

The U.S. Supreme Court, which in 2022 ended its recognition of a constitutional right to abortion, on Wednesday agreed to hear a bid by President Joe Biden's administration to preserve broad access to the abortion pill, setting up

Supreme Court to Decide Access to Abortion Pill2023-12-13T09:13:09-06:00

Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on the Supreme Court, Dead at 93

Photograph of Sandra Day O'Connor being sworn in a Supreme Court Justice by Chief Justice Warren Burger. Her husband, John O'Connor, looks on, September 25,1981. By The Stream Published on December 1, 2023 Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman

Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on the Supreme Court, Dead at 932023-12-01T12:06:06-06:00

Religious Liberty Doesn’t Have to Make Polarization Worse

Americans support religious liberty—in general. But they are deeply polarized about how far the natural and constitutional right of individuals to respond to their conceptions of the divine should extend. And unfortunately, Americans tend to be reluctant to

Religious Liberty Doesn’t Have to Make Polarization Worse2023-08-05T17:43:08-05:00
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