Unanimous: Limiting access to public records for non-citizens is constitutional
In oral arguments, Supreme Court doesn’t seem ready to rush into gay marriage
Supporters and opponents of overturning same-sex marriage ban came out in droves Tuesday
Decision could have lasting impact on race-based admissions
ABC ‘This Week’ panelists say Supreme Court likely to reject Roe v. Wade line of thinking
Conservatives believe that all human beings have an inalienable right not just to life, but also to liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Says support for gay marriage is part of the ‘libertarian idea of leave everybody alone’
The Supreme Court will hear back-to-back arguments in two pivotal gay-rights suits next month
‘This is an extraordinary request prompted by extraordinary circumstances’
The activists warned that their right to have an abortion remains under siege
They’re benefit programs, and should be described as such.
Continued Chevron Deference is increasingly critical to the FCC’s actual and perceived authority going forward.
Washington Post columnist suggests Supreme Court will follow the ballot box on same-sex marriage
Federal courts have found Section 3 of DOMA to be unconstitutional in seven other instances
Justices defer explosive ruling for later date
‘Today’s ruling breathes new life into our challenge to ObamaCare’
Court in 2009: 1965 law presents ‘serious constitutional challenges’
Nevada couple claimed authority over disabled daughter in decision to carry baby to term
Oklahoma ballot measure would define an embryo as a human being from the moment of conception
A decision for the case is expected June 2013