Apache Group Requests 9th Circuit Review of Copper Mine Approval

Prepares appeal to Supreme Court if appellate refuses to rehear the case. The Native American nonprofit group Apache Stronghold requested that the entire 9th Circuit Court of Appeals…

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Supreme Court Declines Lawsuit Over Voting Machines

An appellate judge has dismissed the case last fall. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a case that sought to bar the use of electronic voting machines…

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Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Discrimination Law

The justices unanimously ruled in favor of a former police officer. The Supreme Court upheld broad qualifications for Title VII discrimination cases this week, deciding unanimously in favor…

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Supreme Court Hears Medication Abortion Case

Mifepristone is a prescription drug used in medication abortions that can sent via the mail. The Supreme Court heard initial arguments for the restriction of mifepristone, a prescription…

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Supreme Court Rules Unanimously in Public Officials’ Social Media Case

In certain instances, public officials may be sued for deleting or blocking commenters. The U.S. Supreme Court released decisions in two cases regarding public officials blocking individuals who…

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Vice President Harris Tours Abortion Clinic

Her trip to Minnesota was the first time a sitting president or vice president has visited Planned Parenthood. President Joe Biden’s administration has been committed to providing access…

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Supreme Court Extends Pause of Texas Border Enforcement Law

Justice Alito grants the extension through next Monday. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito responded to an emergency legal request filed by the Department of Justice on Tuesday, extending…

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Supreme Court Requests Additional Security Funding from Congress

U.S. Marshals Service reports threats more than doubled in two years. The Supreme Court recently submitted a 2025 budget request to Congress, requesting $19.4 million to increase security…

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Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Texas Immigration Law

The order pauses the controversial law’s enactment until March 13. A day after the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay that would have allowed Texas to…

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Federal Appeals Court Allows Texas Immigration Law to Take Effect

The court granted a temporary stay of a lower court ruling that blocked the law. The Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals granted a temporary stay removing the…

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