Supreme Court Allows Evictions To Resume During Pandemic

By Mark Sherman, Associated Press. -

Washington — The Supreme Court’s conservative majority is allowing evictions to resume across the United States, blocking the Biden administration from enforcing a temporary ban that was put in [...]

Supreme Court Allows Gavin Grimm’s Victory To Stand

Washington — The Supreme Court today declined to hear Grimm v. Gloucester County School Board, allowing lower court decisions in support of transgender students to stand. The U.S. District [...]

Revealing The Pentagon Papers In Congress: A Pyrrhic Victory

By Mike Gravel and Joe Lauria, Consortium News. -

I propped myself up on an elbow as the announcer read the news: The Supreme Court ruled, 6-3, against Nixon. The government’s unprecedented move to stop the presses had failed. The Court agreed [...]

US Supreme Court Rejects Case On Native American Sovereignty

By Charmaine White Face, Popular Resistance. -

Rapid City, South Dakota - In a devastating blow to the Self-Determination of all Native American Indian Tribes in the United States, the Supreme Court denied the Petition in the case, Gilbert v. [...]

Supreme Court Case On Farmworker Protections Could Harm All Regulation

By Sam Knight, Truthout. -

The legacy of Cesar Chavez has been getting another look in recent months. In January, President Joe Biden placed a bust of the 20th-century labor leader in the Oval Office, giving journalists [...]

Could Baltimore’s Climate Change Suit Become A Supreme Court Test Case?

By David Hasemyer, Inside Climate News. -

What began as a narrow jurisdictional question to be argued Tuesday before the U.S. Supreme Court in a climate change lawsuit filed by the city of Baltimore could take on far greater implications [...]

Will The Supreme Court Overrule Farmworker Union Rights?

By David Bacon, Labor Notes. -

Not long before Donald Trump’s election in 2016, the Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit against California’s farmworker access rule in federal court on behalf of two companies—Cedar Point [...]

Health Care For Millions On The Line

By Hajira Hasghar, Liberation News. -

Oral arguments began in the case California v. Texas this week, just days after the confirmation of Trump-appointed justice Amy Coney Barrett. For the third time in the past 10 years, Republicans [...]

Supreme Court Challenge To ACA Highlights Why We Need Medicare For All

By Margaret Flowers, Truthout. -

Once again, the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the health law passed under the Obama administration in 2010, will be in the hands of the Supreme Court. The court heard oral arguments in [...]

The Supremely Undemocratic Court

By Eleanor Goldfield, Act Out! -

In this first installment of the Deception 2020 Series, we dig into that most supreme of undemocratic courts - just as Amy Coney Barrett looms over a smooth confirmation. Could the Democrats have [...]

Chris Hedges: Trump’s Barrett Nomination

By Chris Hedges, ScheerPost.com. -

The Christian Right is content to have the focus on Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett revolve around her opposition to abortion and membership in People of Praise, a far-right Catholic cult [...]

Democratize Justice!

By Dakota Lilly, Orinoco Tribune. -

One of the main reasons so many people cite their intention to vote for Biden is because of the recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Let’s assume this is a valid reason, I [...]

Supreme Court Just Made The Case For Medicare For All

By Sophia Paslaski, Otherwords. -

This July, the Supreme Court of the United States decided that President Trump, who does not have a uterus, was quite right to object to Obama-era rules under the Affordable Care Act that allowed [...]

Will The Supreme Court Return Eastern Oklahoma To The Five Tribes?

By Albert Bender, People's World -

The case of McGirt v. Oklahoma sits at the top of the Supreme Court docket as the Indian law case that will decide the issue of whether eastern Oklahoma will be returned to reservation status. [...]

Women Lead Protests To Supreme Court Before Kavanaugh Vote

By John Zangas, DC Media Group -

Thousands of protesters, led by women, walked past the Supreme Court Thursday and Friday in opposition to the likely appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the high court. It was the second day of a [...]

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