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Feb 29 2024
The United States Supreme Court will review former president Donald Trump’s claim that he is immune from criminal prosecution. The Court announced its decision this afternoon.
It is expected that the Court will schedule the immunity case for argument in late April — probably the week of April 22. That makes it likely that the justices will decide the case in late June.
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Feb 27 2024
Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Amy Coney Barrett spoke about the inner workings of the high court — and the lessons it can teach everyone else about bipartisanship — in a Friday afternoon panel discussion.
During an hourlong session, the Supreme Court stalwarts were asked to speak on how people can disagree better. The topic is part of a theme of the National GovernorsWashington Examiner
Mar 01 2024
The liberal-controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday rejected a Democratic lawsuit that sought to throw out the battleground state’s congressional maps, marking a victory for Republicans who argued against the court taking up the case.
The decision leaves the state’s current congressional district boundaries in place for the November election.
The decision not to hear theAssociated Press
Nov 02 2023
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday in a case aiming to block former President Donald Trump from future ballots, a high-stakes showdown that focuses on how his actions after the prior election should factor into his latest run. Here are six questions about the case, answered. The main dispute in the case centers around whether Trump “engaged in insurrection orInforum
Feb 27 2024
Republican politicians have had quite a time in the last 10 days grappling with the effects of the Alabama Supreme Court’s decision legally protecting embryos under the state’s wrongful death statute, which prompted in vitro fertilization (IVF) facilities in the state to pause treatment. Tommy Tuberville, for example—the senior senator from Alabama—first expressed wholehearted approval of theThe Dispatch
Feb 19 2024
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Feb 26 2024
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Feb 10 2024
A ruling by Hawaiʻi's high court saying that a man can be prosecuted for carrying a gun in public without a permit cites crime-drama TV series “The Wire” and invokes the “spirit of Aloha” in an apparent rebuke of a U.S. Supreme Court decision that expanded gun rights nationwide. “The thing about the old days, they the old days,” the unanimous Hawaiʻi Supreme Court ruling issued Wednesday saidHawaii Public Radio
Dec 14 2023
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) announced that it would take up a significant case challenging the validity of one particular criminal charge that has been used to convict most of the January 6th defendants, and which also has major implications for President Donald Trump’s January 6th case. As Breitbart reports, the case regards J6 defendant Joseph Fischer, whoAmerican Greatness