Supreme Court's next term could be just as contentious

Posted on AllSides July 3rd, 2022
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ANALYSIS

The most recent Supreme Court term ended with its conservative majority getting rid of major precedents — most notably Roe v. Wade — and setting new ones on religion and guns.

Driving the news: With a 6-3 majority, the next term — which is set to start in October — could be just as big. Here's a look at some of the most prominent cases the court has already agreed to hear.

Moore v. Harper

This case examines a legal theory that would grant state legislatures significantly more power over federal elections.

 

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