Bill Clinton: Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision has ‘put our democracy at risk’

Former President Clinton is slamming the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, saying it contributes to putting “democracy at risk” and calling the high court “radical” and “activist.” “This decision puts partisanship ahead of precedent, ideology ahead of evidence, and the power of a small minority ahead of the clear will of the…

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Supreme Court rules Maine tuition aid can’t exclude religious schools

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Maine cannot exclude religious schools from a state tuition assistance program, the latest case signaling the conservative court’s shift on religious freedom and separation of church and state.The 6-3 opinion, written by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., found the program unconstitutional because it provided vouchers that parents could…

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U.S. Supreme Court allows counting of undated mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania

Voters arrive to drop off mail-in ballots at an election site in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 17, 2022. REUTERS/Quinn GlabickiRegister now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.comWASHINGTON, June 9 (Reuters) – A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the counting of undated mail-in ballots in an undecided 2021 election for a Pennsylvania judgeship in…

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‘Barreling at us.’ Leaked Supreme Court draft turbocharges abortion activism for midterms

Activists on both sides of the abortion debate have spent months planning for a blockbuster Supreme Court ruling this year on Roe vs. Wade. None of those plans anticipated the particular jolt on Monday night, when a leaked draft opinion signaled a decisive end to the decades-long precedent.The disclosure accelerated plans already in the works…

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Supreme Court rejects GOP effort to overturn Wisconsin congressional map

The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected an effort by Wisconsin Republicans to overturn a court-chosen congressional map in the state.The case sprang from the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s selection of a map put forward by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers. With Republicans in control of the state legislature and a Democrat as governor, the two sides were…

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Supreme Court conservatives say religious groups should be free to hire only like-minded believers

Two of the Supreme Court’s conservatives said Monday that religious organizations should be fully exempt from nondiscrimination laws and free to hire only people who share their beliefs.Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito made their views known as the court declined to take up a dispute over a Seattle religious nonprofit group’s refusal to hire…

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McConnell warns Biden not to ‘outsource’ Supreme Court pick to ‘radical left’

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellSchumer vows to vote on Biden Supreme Court pick with ‘all deliberate speed’ It’s time for ‘Uncle Joe’ to take off the gloves against Manchin and Sinema Democrats should ignore Senators Manchin and Sinema MORE (R-Ky.) warned President BidenJoe BidenNorth Korea conducts potential 6th missile test in a…

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Supreme Court Fixes Transcript After Justices Come Under Fire For Covid Misinformation

Topline The Supreme Court revised the transcript of Friday’s oral arguments on the federal government’s Covid-19 vaccine mandates, after originally erroneously reporting Justice Neil Gorsuch claimed the flu kills “hundreds of thousands” annually, as both Gorsuch and Justice Sonia Sotomayor have been criticized for making false statements during the hearing. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch…

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Supreme Court to consider Biden vaccine and mask requirements in unusual Friday session

The Supreme Court will meet in a highly unusual session Friday to hear arguments on two Biden administration measures intended to help stop the spread of Covid in the nation’s workplaces.The justices were not scheduled to return to the courtroom until Jan. 10, but they agreed late last month to take up emergency appeals involving…

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Biden asks Supreme Court to reinstate health worker vaccine mandate: Latest COVID-19

President Joe Biden filed an emergency application in the Supreme Court on Thursday in an attempt to reinstate a vaccine mandate for health care workers at hospitals that receive federal money. The revived mandate would “save hundreds or even thousands of lives each month,” the application reads, adding: “The vaccine requirement falls squarely within the plain text of the…

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