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Patrick McHenry Jun 22
I applaud the Supreme Court on their ruling that SEC administrative law judge proceedings are unconstitutional. Click here to read my full statement on Lucia v.
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Tom Cotton Jun 21
My statement on the Supreme Court's decision in Lucia v. SEC:
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Jamie Dupree Jun 22
Big Fourth Amendment case decided today - read the ruling at
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Mark Sherman Jun 22
Supreme Court is back at 10 am EDT. What’ll it be today: union fees, cellphone privacy, crisis pregnancy centers, travel ban?
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The Associated Press Jun 21
BREAKING: The Supreme Court says states can force online shoppers to pay sales tax.
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Lawrence Hurley Jun 21
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More Supreme Court rulings tomorrow
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Lawrence Hurley Jun 21
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Ruling tosses Supreme Court precedent that prevented states from collecting taxes from retailers with no in-state physical presence
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Lawrence Hurley Jun 21
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BREAKING:Supreme Court rules in favor of South Dakota in online sales tax case
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Lawrence Hurley Jun 21
Supreme Court has more rulings today starting at 10. Awaiting major rulings on: -Trump's travel ban -Online sales taxes -Public sector unions. and more... 14 cases left that court will act on by the end of next week
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Kimberly Robinson Jun 18
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No word on No 17-108 Arlene’s Flowers, Inc. v Washington, a follow on to Masterpiece Cakeshop. This case involves florist who wouldn’t make flower arrangement for same-sex wedding
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Kimberly Robinson Jun 14
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With just under two weeks left in the term, we've got 21 opinions left to go.
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Kimberly Robinson Jun 11
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While you wait for opinions, check out ’s run down of what’s left.
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Kimberly Robinson Jun 11
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No word from on No 17-108 Arlene’s Flowers, Inc. v Washington, a follow on to last week’s Masterpiece Cakeshop. This case involves florist who wouldn’t make flower arrangement for same-sex wedding
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Lawrence Hurley Jun 7
Supreme Court set to issue next batch of rulings on Monday as end of term looms. Possibility remains that there might be additional rulings on another day next week
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Kimberly Robinson Jun 4
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The countdown begins… Just 22 more days until is scheduled to wrap up its 2017 term on June 25.
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Mark Sherman Jun 4
Kennedy opinion in sentencing case from March Supreme Court sitting seemingly eliminates him as author of partisan gerrymandering case.
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Richard Wolf Jun 4
Baked in the Cake: Supreme Court rules on narrow grounds for baker who refused to create same-sex couple's wedding cake via
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Legal Times Jun 4
"[T]he religious and philosophical objections to are protected views and in some instances protected forms of expression." - Justice Kennedy
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Robert Barnes May 14
breaking: States are free to legalize sports betting, Scotus says
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Lawrence Hurley Apr 30
Masterpiece pt2: UK Supreme Court is hearing its own case this week about baker citing religion in refusing to make cake with LGBT message: 'Gay cake': Ashers Bakery case to be heard at Supreme Court - BBC News
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