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Courts Waffle on Vaccine Mandates for Municipal Workers
Health
Courts Waffle on Vaccine Mandates for Municipal Workers
2022-08-30 20:13:45
by Tom Ramstack

NEW YORK — New York is keeping its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal workers for now while Washington, D.C., is losing its mandate because of recent judges’ decisions. The differing court rulings within days of each other add to confusion... Read More

Supreme Court
What’s Next for the Supreme Court? Affirmative Action, 1st Amendment Rights, Wetlands Protection
2022-07-02 17:56:14
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — With its ruling on Biden v. Texas, a case in which it allowed the Biden administration to terminate the controversial Trump-era asylum policy known as "remain in Mexico," the Supreme Court on Thursday concluded what was undoubtedly one... Read More

Immigration
Supreme Court Makes It More Difficult to Challenge Immigration Policies
2022-06-13 17:35:32
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — In a pair of rulings on Monday, the Supreme Court made it more difficult for illegal immigrants to challenge U.S. policies directed at them in court. In the first case, Johnson v. Arteaga-Martinez, a unanimous court ruled that... Read More

Supreme Court
Sotomayor, Gorsuch Dispute NPR Report of Mask Rift
2022-01-19 20:07:53
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Neil Gorsuch took the unusual step Wednesday of releasing a joint public statement to refute a news report that stated a COVID-related rift has erupted between them. In recent days, Sotomayor, who... Read More

Supreme Court
High Court Appears Inclined to Allow Providers to Challenge Texas Abortion Law
2021-11-01 23:39:04
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — After almost three hours of arguments Monday it appears a majority of the justices in the U.S. Supreme Court are inclined to allow abortion providers to challenge the state of Texas’s near total abortion ban. But they also... Read More

In The News
Joe Biden Sworn in as 46th President of the United States
2021-01-20 17:26:26
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Joe Biden Jr. became the nation's 46th president shortly before noon on Wednesday, completing a transfer of power fraught with false claims of election fraud and a riot by a mob of his predecessor's supporters who laid siege... Read More

Supreme Court
The Looming Supreme Court Confirmation Battle, Explained
2020-10-05 13:51:20
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - "What you're about to witness will be a kind of a Kabuki theatre," Ron Bonjean said the other day. The communications Sherpa during Justice Neil Gorsuch's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, he was reflecting on that experience... Read More

Finance
Supreme Court Holds SEC Can Recoup Money in Fraud Cases
2020-06-22 16:45:01
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - With decisions in several high profile cases pending -- including one on whether President Donald Trump can shield his financial records from Congressional scrutiny --  the U.S. Supreme court on Monday opted to rule on a case with... Read More

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