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Supreme Court Passes Ruling on “Faithless Elector” Laws Ahead of November

Just in time for the looming presidential election, the Supreme Court has ruled “faithless elector” laws constitutional. The case was unanimously agreed upon by all nine justices, a rarity in the current...

Supreme Court Will Decide if House Sees Mueller Grand Jury Materials

The Supreme Court has confirmed that it will pick up the House of Representative’s case against the Department of Justice in the Fall session. In the case, two lower courts have held that the House is right to...

Supreme Court Sides with Conservative Religious Group in Split Decision

In a split decision on Wednesday, the Supreme Court sided 5-4 with conservative religious groups over private school funding. A Montana law preventing taxpayer funds from funding private schools was deemed...

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Monday Marks a Huge Day for Supreme Court

On Monday, the Supreme Court made a series of huge decisions. The court upheld an interpretation of the 1964 Civil Rights Act that protects LGBT workers. Also on Monday, the court declined to hear a slew of high-profile...