Supreme Court to hear a 93 year-old woman' case about county government that foreclosed her home and took every penny
In a case that defies logic and questions the legitimacy and morality of certain laws, the Supreme court will hear the case brought before it by “Geraldine Tyler, a 94-year-old widow who had her entire home’s equity confiscated after she failed to pay $2,300 in property taxes.” The case originating from Hennepin County, Minnesota, has nationwide implications. The legal organization representing Geraldine asserts that home equity is a form of property that is protected by the constitution.
“The Fight for Abortion Rights Isn’t Over.” -President Joe Biden
Sunday January 22nd was the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion in the U.S. President Joe Biden has vowed that “The fight for abortion rights isn’t over,” writing on twitter.
On the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, many women are planning to participate in marches.
On Sunday, the 50th anniversary of the now-overturned Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, which established a federal right to an abortion, thousands of people are expected to attend women's marches around the nation demanding the preservation of abortion rights.
Does The Supreme Court Investigation of the Dobbs Leak Matter in Alamogordo or Manhattan?
From small towns like Alamogordo to large cities like New York does it really matter who leaked the Supreme Court’s opinion overturning Roe v Wade?. The Supreme Courts inconclusive investigation into the leak is a stark reminder of how desperately it needs to be reformed and why reform actually does matter in Alamogordo and in Manhattan.
Trump wants to throw the draught abortion decision-breakers in prison.
Trump, who is no longer president, has called for the arrest of the reporters who exposed the Supreme Court's intentions to overturn Roe v. Wade via the publication of a draught judgment that was obtained illegally.
Supreme Court Reveals Information on Roe v. Wade Leaker
It has been nearly nine months since Politico obtained a draft decision of the Dobbs case in the Supreme Court, which showed that the United States Supreme Court was poised to overturn precedent and overturn the Roe v. Wade law that gave women the right to have an abortion in every state in the United States.
Donald Trump Calls for Arrest of Journalists
It was revealed on Thursday that investigators have so far been unable to determine who it was that leaked the news of the Supreme Court's draft decision on Roe v. Wade last May to the press, and former President Trump responded by calling for the jailing of reporters who broke the story.
Supreme Court Upholds New York Law Restricting Right to Carry Firearms in Sensitive Places
The United States Supreme Court has made a significant ruling on the right to carry firearms in the state of New York. The court has upheld the law passed by state and city authorities this summer, which restricts the carrying of firearms in "sensitive places" such as Times Square, schools, bars, and hospitals. This move is a response to a historic ruling on the right to carry firearms made by the court's conservative majority in June.
No one responsible for leaking the Supreme Court's abortion opinion was ever identified in the investigation.
The Supreme Court said on Thursday that an inquiry into the leak of its explosive decision overturning the constitutional right to abortion had failed to identify the perpetrator.
Biden told Supreme Court he didn't need permission from Congress to cancel student loans, it was his executive authority
Editor's Note: At least four paragraphs were mistakenly duplicated in the story during processing, and this has now been corrected. President Biden has told the Supreme Court that he did not require Congress authorization for the Student Loan Cancellation program, as he acted within his executive authority.
Once again, Biden is in a Title 42 jam
The Supreme Court's decision to stop the administration from getting more power may soon be overturned. If that happens, the government might end up getting more of the powers it had been trying to get rid of.
As abortion access becomes increasingly restricted in Kentucky, free speech around clinics remains an area of contention
LOUISVILLE, Kent. - The city of Louisville, Kentucky, recently encountered a legal roadblock in its attempt to limit the activities of protesters near abortion clinics. The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has issued an injunction preventing the enforcement of an ordinance that sought to set up buffer zones around healthcare facilities, including abortion clinics.
Opinion: It's Cruel and Disrespectful to Say, “Abortion Is Murder”
I have a friend who suffered the extreme trauma of a complicated pregnancy. Her doctor concluded the pregnancy represented an extreme risk to her life. This friend already had two children. Along with her family, she made the heartbreaking decision of having to abort the pregnancy. This was a medical decision she had to take to save her life.
Federal Student Loan Pause Extended To Summer 2023
On December 20, 2022 the Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid Department sent an email stating, “As we previously announced, we have extended the pause on federal student loan payments. You will NOT have to make your loan payments that would have been restarted in January.”
Cyndi Lauper performs "True Colors" during the Respect for Marriage Act signing ceremony at the White House
Lauper was quoted as saying, "This time, love wins." **This article is based on information sourced from news and informational websites, cited within the story**. Thousands of attendees at the event watched as President Biden signed into law a bill that passed in both the House and Senate with bipartisan support. The Respect for Marriage Act protects and recognizes the validity of same-sex and interracial marriages in the United States (source).
Iowa judge upholds block on heartbeat law as governor plans state Supreme Court appeal
A judge has upheld a three-year-old court decision blocking a pro-life law from taking effect in Iowa. In 2018, Gov. Kim Reynolds signed into law S.F. 359, a heartbeat bill that was aimed at protecting preborn children from abortion once their heartbeat can be detected. This is usually at about six weeks, though the heart first begins beating between 16 and 21 days post-fertilization. However, Planned Parenthood filed a lawsuit challenging the law, and the law was permanently blocked in 2019 by Judge Michael Huppert, who based his ruling on both the existence of Roe v. Wade and a 2018 Iowa Supreme Court decision that claimed abortion is a fundamental right under the state Constitution.
The US Legalized Gay Marriage in 2015, Whats the Big Deal Now?
The United States did not actually legalize Gay marriage in 2015 by means of codifying it into law. In 2015 the United States Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision that prohibited states from denying Gay marriages in the United States. That decision was known as the landmark civil rights case of Obergefell v. Hodges and gives the fundamental right to same-sex couples to marry on the same terms and conditions as opposite-sex couples, with all the accompanying rights and responsibilities, it is guaranteed by both the Due Process Clause and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, according to a majority of the Supreme Court at the time.
Republicans blamed for temporarily derailing Biden's student loan debt cancellation program
It seems like Republicans are being blamed for the temporary derailment of the Biden Administration's initiative that was meant to assist in eliminating student loan debt.
Democrat Tells GOP to "Stop Whining" Over Threats to Supreme Court Justices
Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu lashed out at Republicans Thursday, telling them to "stop whining" about threats to Supreme Court justices after he says they mocked the attack on Nancy Pelosi's husband, Mediaite reports.