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Lawrence Hurley Jan 16
Supreme Court issues orders at 9:30. The court took up 11 new cases on Friday so unlikely to be any more grants today
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Kimberly Robinson Jan 16
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We’ll hear about many of the remaining cases from ’s Jan. 12 conference today, including perhaps the travel ban (17-965) and immigrant abortion (17-654)
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Steve Spaulding Jan 9
Fascinating part of v. Rucho—invalidating North Carolina’s unconstitutional partisan gerrymander—is that the court cites for the proposition that partisan gerrymandering violates the First Amendment. Likely written with Justice Kennedy in mind!
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Reuters Legal Jan 9
Illinois home health aides ask to review agency fee refund decision ($)
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Legal Times Jan 9
went looking for a clear rule to apply to police searches of rental cars whose drivers are not authorized on the rental agreement to be behind the wheel. At the end of an hour-long argument, the justices were still searching
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Reuters Top News Jan 10
U.S. Supreme Court considers legality of Ohio voter purging
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“The justices are hearing argument Wednesday in a case from Republican-led Ohio, one of a handful of states that use voters’ inactivity to trigger a process that could lead to their removal from voter rolls.”
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Pray for SCOTUS Jan 9
. Hearing Vehicle Search Cases The high court is taking up a case involving the search of a rental car that lawyers say has the potential to affect the 115 million car rentals annually in the United States.
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AP Politics Jan 9
Police found 2,500 bags of heroin in a rental car, but the guy behind the wheel wasn’t an authorized driver. Did police have the right to search? The Supreme Court will decide:
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Robert Barnes Jan 8
I’ve been interested in these cases about fights between states over water. Usually they are about growth. In this one, one side says it needs the water in order to remain just as it is. Arguments today.
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Lawrence Hurley Jan 8
Supreme Court back in action today. Orders at 9:30 and oral arguments in some pretty dry cases about water rights disputes between states
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With renewed vigor, U.S. top court scrutinizes curbs on voting
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Greg Stohr Jan 5
And the travel ban is back at the Supreme Court. Trump administration files appeal.
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Adam Liptak Jan 1
Next week at the Supreme Court: a collision between a rental car contract's fine print and the Fourth Amendment's privacy protections
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Kimberly Robinson Jan 5
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Mark Sherman Jan 5
Looks like another week at Supreme Court without opinions. Next chance: after the MLK holiday. First, and so far only, opinion was issued 11/8.
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United States Courts Dec 31
Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., issues his 2017 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary.
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CNN Politics Dec 31
Chief Justice Roberts announces sexual harassment moves and touts disaster response in a year-end report
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