Judge Amul Thapar, Sixth Circuit U.S. District Court

In an opinion written by Judge Amul Thapar, the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals sided with a professor who refused to call a transgender student by a preferred pronoun.

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Justice Elena Kagan, Supreme Court of the United States

The Supreme Court has ruled that car makers may be sued at the state level because they do business nationwide. This may facilitate increased lawsuits in state courts against other national companies.

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Judge Milan Smith, Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

The Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the school that prohibited a high school football coach from praying on the field after games.

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Judge Amit Mehta, District of Columbia U.S. District Court

District Judge Amit Mehta ruled that Immigration and Customs Enforcement must retain records about sexual assault and detainee deaths.

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Justice Amy Coney Barrett, Supreme Court of the United States

In Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s first written opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court backed privacy of draft records concerning harm to endangered species.

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Justice Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Justice Clarence Thomas issued a forceful dissent to the Supreme Court’s refusal to hear a challenge of a Pennsylvania state court decision relating to the 2020 presidential election.

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Judge Mary Geiger Lewis, South Carolina U.S. District Court

Federal Judge Mary Geiger Lewis suspended South Carolina’s new law banning most abortions the day after it went into effect.

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Judge Drew B. Tipton, Southern Texas U.S. District Court

Southern Texas District Judge Drew Tipton extended the temporary injunction against a federal deportation freeze. The judge will use this time to consider the lawsuit filed by the Texas attorney general.

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Judge Amy St. Eve, Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that an Indiana county courthouse display that included a nativity scene does not violate the Constitution.

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Judge Morris S. Arnold, Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

The Twitter account of a Missouri state representative was used for her campaign and she had the right to pick and choose which users could interact with her posts, according to a ruling by Judge Morris Arnold of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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