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Supreme Court Could OK New Defense of Kentucky Abortion Law

The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed inclined to allow Kentucky's Republican attorney general to continue defending a restriction on abortion rights that had been struck down by lower courts.

Here’s Your Guide To What’s Going On With Texas’s Baby-Saving Heartbeat Law

The Texas heartbeat law is much more complicated—and less dramatic—than what is being portrayed by the president and corporate media.

In Wake of SCOTUS Ruling, Another Conservative State’s Governor Makes a Major Pro-Life Announcement

The Supreme Court shocked the country on Wednesday when it allowed Texas’ new abortion law to go into effect while it is still being challenged in court.

SCOTUS Lets Texas Six Week Abortion Ban Stand

In a pro-life victory, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled 5-4 on Wednesday not to block the new Texas law banning most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while legal challenges to that law proceed in lower courts.

Supremes slap down Biden’s eviction moratorium

Plan to take properties from owners to give to nonpaying renters 'strains credulity'

Supreme Court Denies Biden—Trump’s ‘Remain-in-Mexico’ Policy Upheld

The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the Biden administration must reinstate President Trump's "Remain-in-Mexico" policy.

Supreme Court Blocks New York Eviction Moratorium

Says ban deprives landlords without due process

Conservative Supreme Court Justice Breyer Signals He Won’t Be Retiring Soon—A Blow to Progressives

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has hired four law clerks for the fall term, the court confirmed to Bloomberg on Friday, signaling that he may not have plans to retire soon.

Barrett, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh side with liberal Supreme Court justices in computer fraud case

Barrett warned government reading of law could 'criminalize' conduct like 'embellishing an online-dating profile.'

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