# Supreme court
Upcoming Supreme Court Case of Christian Web Designer to Challenge Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment
The Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments involving free speech and religious beliefs scheduled for December that do not involve designing wedding cakes but instead designing wedding websites. The lawyers, in this case, Alliance Defending Freedom, are the same lawyers that defended Colorado baker Jack Phillips. Phillips took his case to the Supreme Court over his refusal to make a cake for a gay wedding because of his religious beliefs and he won his case.
Trump's Tax Returns Are Now Available to The House Democrats: Thanks to The Supreme Court
The photo was taken by the author from an NBC video news release.Photo byNBC News. The Supreme Court denied the former president's plea that it stop the Treasury Department from disclosing the documents in a brief ruling. The former president's request to prevent their release in the last weeks of Democratic control of the chamber was denied by the Supreme Court on Tuesday, paving the way for a House committee to obtain his tax returns.
Biden Administration Pauses Student Loan Repayments Until June 2023
The White House announced today that they are again extending the pause on student loan repayments until June 2023. The payment pause was set to expire on December 31st. The first pause on student loan repayments came in 2020 with the COVID pandemic.
Supreme Court Approves House Request For Trump's Taxes
After months of roadblocks, it appears that the House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee will finally get Donald Trump's tax records. Trump, who reportedly wanted the IRS to investigate his political foes during his Presidency from 2017 to 2021, and his legal team have done everything in their power to block the release of his own tax records to the House.
Supreme Court Issues New Ruling in Trump Tax Return Case
In a new ruling, the Supreme Court has cleared the path for a Congressional review of former President Trump's tax returns, CNN reports. In a major blow to the former president, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Internal Revenue Service may release the returns to the House of Representatives, stating that the release would serve a legitimate legislative purpose to review tax laws as they apply to a sitting president.
Opinion: Women's rights are at stake with a Conservative Supreme Court in power
The conservative majority on the Supreme Court is dangerous to democracy and the rule of law. Photo byPhoto by Tingey Injury Law Firm on Unsplash. The Constitution of the United States of America says that Supreme Justices are selected or appointed by the President, and the Senate has to approve or consent to the appointment.
Advocacy Group Calls for Supreme Court Action on Consumer Bureau Case
Americans for Financial Reform issues call for Supreme Court to take action to protect independence of CFPB. Consumer finance advocacy group Americans for Financial Reform (AFR) is calling for action from the U.S. Supreme Court on a recent 5th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that threatens the funding of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Supreme Court Issues New Ruling Regarding January 6th Committee Investigation
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a new ruling in relation to the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, allowing the committee to obtain phone and text records from Arizona Republican Party Chair Kelli Ward, CNN reports.
Opinion: Women Have a Right to Reproductive Health Care
I’m tired of having the government involved in my health care decisions. The government is not a doctor. The government is not qualified to give an opinion on treatment. There are already enough problems with health care in the United States without adding more. Decisions about the treatment I receive are already between myself, my doctor, and my insurance.
House Asks Supreme Court to Formally Settle Trump Tax Issue
Recently, the Supreme Court temporarily delayed the release of former President Donald Trump's tax documents. Now, the U.S. House of Representatives panel that wants the information is petitioning the highest court in the land.
This Day in History: November 7
The U.S. Supreme Court gave the Presidency to George W. Bush. George W. Bush delivers his Inaugural Address in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2001.Public Domain. Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W. Bush were tied for the presidency on November 7, 2000, but the U.S. Supreme Court decided to break the deadlock following a protracted legal battle.
Medicaid Could Be Gutted In Supreme Court Case
Medicaid could be on the chopping block for tens of millions of low-income Americans as the Supreme Court has moved ahead with hearing the arguments to fundamentally rework the Medicaid program put forth by defendants in the case Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County v. Talevski. Should the Supreme Court side with the defendants, legal safeguards designed to guarantee a certain quality of care for these tens of millions of potential patients could be stripped away.
Court says mail ballots with missing or erroneous dates can't be counted. Thousands of democrat votes are to be affected
The Supreme Court in Pennsylvania has ruled that counties should not be counting mail ballots that have missing or incorrect dates. This could potentially affect approximately 42,000 democrat voters.
The First Amendment’s ‘Right to Discriminate’.
LGBT Wedding Cake(shutterstock) The First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression from government interference. It prohibits any laws that establish a national religion, impede the free exercise of religion, abridge the freedom of speech, infringe upon the freedom of the press, interfere with the right to peaceably assemble, or prohibit citizens from petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.
Solomont Speaker Series panel explores impact of Dobbs decision on reproductive and other rights
Tisch College is pictured on Oct. 25.(Natalie Brownsell / The Tufts Daily) Tisch College and the Tufts University School of Medicine hosted a Solomont Speaker Series event titled “The Aftermath of Dobbs – Abortion in America” on Oct. 26. The panel considered the implications of June’s landmark Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization in the intersecting realms of healthcare policy and legislation.
Would you support a mandatory retirement age of 75 for US House, US Senate & US Supreme Court Justices and if not why?
I am 82 years old. Personally, I feel that anyone my age who still gets off on power needs to be kept away from normal people. But to the point of this post, the world has been run by old people since the beginning of our species, and just look at the place!
Supreme Court Grants Trump's Wish, Delays Release of Tax Records
In a landmark move, the Supreme Court of the United States has approved Donald Trump's request for the release of his tax records to be delayed. Credit: Murat Taner (Getty Images)
Trump Makes Emergency Appeal to Supreme Court
Former United States President Donald Trump has filed an emergency request with the U.S. Supreme Court asking for the court to block the House Ways and Means Committee from being able to obtain his tax returns, according to Bloomberg.
NY State Supreme Court Reinstates Employment of Unvaccinated Workers & Orders Backpay: NY Violated Constitutional Rights
Not anymore!(smodj/iStock) A Supreme Court ruling out of New York State this past Monday will require New York City employers to rehire all previous employees whose employment was terminated because of the vaccine mandate. Anyone who was working in New York and fired because they weren’t vaccinated will be owed back pay for the entirety of the time they were without employment.