Philadelphia Wins In Sanctuary City Case
According to Reuters, A federal appeals court said on Friday the Trump administration cannot cut off grants to Philadelphia for its refusal to cooperate with immigration authorities seeking to deport..
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns To Supreme Court
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returned to the Supreme Court Friday to participate in the regular closed-door conference meeting among the nine justices, the court announced. Matt Yurus reports.
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Code Pink interrupts House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing
Omar wasn't the only one who acted like an ass during the hearing. Activists from Code Pink, the same radical left-wing group that tried to deny Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh due..
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District Court Says Judges Can Release Secret Records
Politico reports an Atlanta-based federal appeals court has reaffirmed judges' rights of to release secret grand jury records. A unanimous decision was made on Monday from an 11th Circuit panel to..
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Abortion Activists Come For Collins
A progressive ad attacking Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) has aired after Justice Brett Kavanaugh signaled a willingness to roll back abortion rights — something Collins promised she wouldn’t do when..
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Justice Ginsburg Ruins Conspiracy Theories By Arriving at Supreme Court Today Justice *Ruth Bader Ginsburg* is at the Supreme Court today after several weeks of absence. Mediaite 5 days ago Also reported by • ABA Journal • USATODAY.com • Seattle Times • Denver Post • Reuters
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Court: Constitutional ban on high fines applies to states WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is ruling unanimously that the Constitution’s ban on excessive fines applies to the states. The outcome Wednesday could... Seattle Times 1 hour ago Also reported by • Reuters India Clarence Thomas Urges Easing Standards for Suing News Organizations Justice Clarence Thomas issued a solo opinion urging his colleagues on the Supreme Court to consider making it easier for public figures to sue news... Wall Street Journal 18 hours ago Also reported by • ABA Journal