Justice Stephen Breyer warns that a Supreme Court opinion blocking government creditors from making robocalls to debtors is “divorced” and “untethered from the First Amendment.” Rather than protecting freedom of speech, the
A new 6-3 Supreme Court ruling protects the rights of workers from employment discrimination solely based upon “sex” under the Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The opinion includes protection
After last year’s long list of 5-4 partisan decisions, and with this year’s biggest cases coming up in the next few weeks, this report jumps ahead to take an advance look at
It is hard to imagine a list of the top ten craziest 5-4 cases in a single Supreme Court yearlong term. But imagination is no longer needed because crazy is off the
The Brennan Center released a new report this week entitled Purges: A Growing Threat to the Right to Vote [PDF]. The detailed report shows excessive voter purging in all 50 states. A
Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito are the most “conservative” members of the Supreme Court (notwithstanding the new member, Neil Gorsuch who is hard to fully explain this early in his tenure). You
Voter purging rules are currently awaiting a decision by the Supreme Court which just heard oral arguments in an Ohio case. The Court looked at many words and issues regarding vote purging.
There is no way to stop Donald Trump from pardoning himself as long as he is not under impeachment. If Donald Trump takes the huge step of self-pardoning, it is done. Despite
A day after it triggered the so-called “nuclear option,” the U.S. Senate on Friday voted to confirm President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch
Written by Andrea Germanos, staff writer at original source Common Dreams.
Neil Gorsuch would use the Supreme Court to automatically place corporations above the law any time that the owners of corporations might consider compliance with the law “sinful.” Sincerity of beliefs would