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scotusblog.com Law Nov 26, 2020, Thursday
Justices lift New York’s COVID-related attendance limits on worship services - SCOTUSblog
The Supreme Court late Wednesday night granted requests from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish synagogues to block enforcement of a New York executive order restricting attendance at houses of worship. Both the diocese and the synagogues claimed that the executive order
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scotusblog.com News Oct 28, 2020, Wednesday
Court won’t block extended deadline for North Carolina mail-in ballots - SCOTUSblog
The Supreme Court on Wednesday night rejected a request by the Trump campaign and North Carolina Republicans to intervene in a dispute over the deadline for mail-in ballots in North Carolina. With three justices dissenting, the court left in place an extension of the deadline for the receipt of mail
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scotusblog.com News Sep 28, 2020, Monday
“What Would Ruth Do?”: A Feminist Pioneer On What Justice Ginsburg Meant To Her - SCOTUSblog
This tribute is the last in a series on the life and work of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Gloria Steinem is a writer, lecturer, political activist and feminist organizer. Because Ruth Bader Ginsburg and I are pretty much age peers, I think that I have some perspective on this extraord
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scotusblog.com News Sep 28, 2020, Monday
Who Is Amy Coney Barrett? - SCOTUSblog
Who is Judge Amy Coney Barrett and what’s next for her confirmation battle? Amy Howe answers these questions and more on this week’s episode of SCOTUStalk. Amy sits down with SCOTUSblog media editor Katie Barlow to discuss the significance of President Donald Trump’s third nomination to the court, w
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scotusblog.com News Sep 26, 2020, Saturday
A “view” From The Rose Garden: The Nine - SCOTUSblog
President Donald Trump announced his first two Supreme Court nominees in the East Room of the White House, and both in prime time on a weeknight. Many people commented on the vaguely game-show suspense the former host of “The Apprentice” brought to the process: the surprising lack of leaks about the
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scotusblog.com News Sep 25, 2020, Friday
Empirical SCOTUS: Justice Ginsburg Leaves A Lasting Legacy On The Court - SCOTUSblog
In the week since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the legal community has simultaneously honored her legacy with heartfelt eulogies and prepared for the upcoming battle over her vacant seat. If President Trump is able to appoint a successor to Ginsburg, we could see the court’s greatest sh
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scotusblog.com News Sep 21, 2020, Monday
Ginsburg To Lie In Repose At Court On Wednesday, Thursday - SCOTUSblog
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court on Wednesday and Thursday, and she will lie in state at the Capitol on Friday. Shortly before 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, a brief public ceremony will occur on the front steps of the court as Ginsburg’s casket arrives, the court said
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scotusblog.com Law Sep 21, 2020, Monday
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Fight For Gender Equity Was For All Of Us - SCOTUSblog
This tribute is the first in a series on the life and work of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ria Tabacco Mar is the director of the Women’s Rights Project at the American Civil Liberties Union. Ruth Bader Ginsburg recognized that dismantling patriarchy was necessary not only for women’s
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scotusblog.com Books Sep 15, 2020, Tuesday
Ask The Author: The Evasive Virtues And Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings - SCOTUSblog
The following is a series of questions posed by Ronald Collins to Ilya Shapiro concerning his forthcoming book, Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America's Highest Court (Regnery Gateway, 2020). Ilya Shapiro is the director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional
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scotusblog.com Politics Sep 14, 2020, Monday
SCOTUStalk Heads To The Ballot Box: The Supreme Court And The 2020 Election - SCOTUSblog
Ever since Bush v. Gore, the case that effectively decided the 2000 presidential race, the Supreme Court increasingly has been asked to intervene in fraught disputes over election procedures. Add in a pandemic, and the 2020 election season promises to be unprecedented. This week on SCOTUStalk, SCOTU
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scotusblog.com News Aug 13, 2020, Thursday
Court Denies Republicans’ Request To Reinstate Witness Requirement For Rhode Island Absentee Ballots - SCOTUSblog
The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to intervene in a dispute over absentee ballots for the upcoming elections in Rhode Island. The justices rejected a request by the Republican National Committee and Rhode Island Republicans to freeze a lower-court order that approved an agreement between state e
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scotusblog.com News Jul 20, 2020, Monday
Justices Reject House’s Request To Fast-track Release Of Opinion On Trump’s Financial Records - SCOTUSblog
The Supreme Court on Monday morning turned down requests from the House of Representatives to expedite the date on which the court’s ruling on access to the president’s financial records will officially go into effect. The orders came three days after Chief Justice John Roberts granted a similar req
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scotusblog.com News Jul 17, 2020, Friday
Roberts OKs Request For Trump V. Vance Ruling To Take Effect Immediately - SCOTUSblog
Chief Justice John Roberts on Friday granted a request from a New York district attorney to accelerate the date on which the Supreme Court’s ruling on access to the president’s financial records will officially go into effect. The court did not act on similar requests from the House of Representativ
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scotusblog.com News Jul 17, 2020, Friday
Raysor v. DeSantis - SCOTUSblog
The Supreme Court of the United States blog
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scotusblog.com News Jul 16, 2020, Thursday
Justices Decline To Intervene In Florida Voting Dispute - SCOTUSblog
The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a request by Florida voters and civil rights groups to reinstate a ruling that would have cleared the way for thousands of Florida residents who have been convicted of a felony to vote in the state’s upcoming elections. Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented from th
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scotusblog.com Law Jun 29, 2020, Monday
Opinion Analysis: Court Strikes Down Restrictions On Removal Of CFPB Director But Leaves Bureau In Place - SCOTUSblog
In response to the 2008 financial crisis, Congress created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a federal agency with approximately 1,500 employees that tackles everything from payday loans to financial literacy programs and helping consumers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. The director of the
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