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Reuters Jul 31
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg discharged from hospital
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U.S. Supreme Court Jul 29
Regarding Justice Ginsburg Justice Ginsburg underwent a minimally invasive non-surgical procedure today at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City to revise a bile duct stent that was originally placed at Sloan Kettering in August 2019.
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Kevin McCarthy Jul 25
The Supreme just ruled against religious freedom. If casinos can open up, churches should be able to do the same—a total double standard. Justice Gorsuch is 100% right: "There is no world in which the Constitution permits Nevada to favor Caesars Palace over Calvary Chapel."
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CBN News Jul 25
The Supreme Court has rejected a Nevada church's request to strike down a state restriction limiting attendance at religious services as unconstitutional.
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Pray for SCOTUS Jul 17
Supreme Court upholds ex-felon voting restriction in Florida (WORLD)
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Pray for SCOTUS Jul 17
Justice Ginsburg undergoing chemotherapy (WORLD)
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Pray for SCOTUS Jul 16
Thanks, Justice Alito (WORLD)
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Rob Jul 15
Replying to @2Aupdates
"SCOTUS spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said an individual appeared to pour a flammable liquid on a white four-door sedan belonging to the Supreme Court Police, parked on Maryland Avenue next to the court building, and then set the vehicle ablaze. An adjacent vehicle was also damaged."
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The Associated Press Jul 15
BREAKING: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been discharged from a hospital after being treated for a possible infection, the Supreme Court says. A court spokeswoman said in an emailed statement that Ginsburg is “home and doing well."
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Alicia Parlapiano Jul 10
Chief Justice Roberts's voting has become more liberal, according to data from the Supreme Court Database. Here's how he compares to other Republican nominees who drifted left: (More charts in this term's wrap-up by : )
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Adam Liptak Jul 11
Chief Justice Roberts "is drifting left at a statistically significant rate — and at a rate roughly resembling Souter’s liberal turn in the 1990s,” said Lee Epstein, a law professor and political scientist at Washington University in St. Louis.
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Prophecy Daily Jul 10
US Supreme Court to Hear Case of College Student Seeking Justice After Gospel Preaching Twice Shut Down | Christian News Network
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USA TODAY Politics Jul 11
The lesson from the Supreme Court's 2019 term seemed to be that the court of nine is hard to pin down. That unpredictability is largely the work of Chief Justice John Roberts. 📸 AFP via Getty Images
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Reuters Legal Jul 10
What happened at the Supreme Court this year? Here's a thread of all the major cases the justices decided this term:
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Pray for SCOTUS Jul 9
Supreme Court sets up more fights for Trump’s tax records (WORLD)
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Swath of Oklahoma deemed tribal land (WORLD)
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Split decisions on Trump financial records (WORLD)
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Todd Spangler Jul 9
Justice Thomas dissent to tax records: "The subpoena ... here is unprecedented. Never before has a local prosecutor subpoenaed the records of a sitting President. The Court’s decision threatens to impair the functioning of the Presidency"
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U.S. Supreme Court Jul 9
OPINION: Trump v. Mazars USA, LLP (19-715) The courts below did not take adequate account of the significant separation of powers concerns implicated by congressional subpoenas for the President’s information.
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U.S. Supreme Court Jul 9
OPINION: Trump v. Vance (19-635) ROBERTS, C. J., delivered the opinion of the Court, in which GINSBURG, BREYER, SOTOMAYOR, and KAGAN, JJ., joined. KAVANAUGH, J., filed an opinion concurring in the judgment, in which GORSUCH, J., joined.
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