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Planned Parenthood, Abortion Providers Take Texas Coronavirus Abortion Ban To Supreme Court

April 11, 2020 7:00 PM ET Planned Parenthood and Texas abortion providers announced plans Saturday to the state’s coronavirus abortion ban to the Supreme Court. Planned Parenthood announced in a Saturday press release that abortion providers in Texas, represented by the Center for Reproductive Rights, the Lawyering Projec, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, are…

Joe Biden Promises to Nominate Black Woman to Supreme Court for ‘Representation’

Former Vice President Joe Biden promised at the Democrat debate on CNN and Univision Sunday night that he would nominate a “black woman” to the U.S. Supreme Court if he were elected president in November. Asked what he would do to fight for women’s rights, Biden said: “Number one, I committed that if I’m elected…

Chief Justice Roberts Condemns Schumer For ‘Dangerous’ And ‘Threatening Statements’

March 04, 2020 5:32 PM ET Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts said House Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s Wednesday remarks were “dangerous” and “threatening statements.” Schumer said during a rally in front of the United States Supreme Court that Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh “released the whirlwind,” and would “pay the price.” The New…

This Pro-Life, Female Democrat’s Law Is At The Heart Of Upcoming Supreme Court Abortion...

March 03, 2020 6:29 PM ET A black Democratic female state senator from Louisiana introduced the legislation that is at the center of an upcoming Supreme Court case. State Sen. Katrina Jackson says the Unsafe Abortion Protection Act will “make sure women are protected” by requiring abortion providers to have high standards of medical care.…

States Can Prosecute Illegal Aliens For Identity Theft, Supreme Court Rules

March 03, 2020 5:03 PM ET The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that state governments can prosecute illegal aliens of identity theft, including aliens who use false Social Security numbers to unlawfully gain employment. In a tight 5-4 decision, a majority of justices on the nation’s highest court ruled that there is nothing in federal…

Trump’s Public Charge Rule For Immigrants Officially Goes Into Effect Following Supreme Court Victories

February 24, 2020 5:16 PM ET The Trump administration officially implemented its public charge rule for foreign nationals seeking permanent status, following two key victories in the nation’s highest court. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Monday put into effect the administration’s new public charge rule, which takes into account a foreign national’s past…

Trump’s Impeachment Trial Won’t Keep The Chief Justice Away From The State Of The...

February 04, 2020 6:13 PM ET Chief Justice John Roberts will attend President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night, even though he is presiding over Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate.  Roberts’s predecessor, Chief Justice William Rehnquist, avoiding former President Bill Clinton’s 1999 State of the Union while Clinton’s impeachment was ongoing. …

Clarence Thomas, Shamed By The Media, Is Going Public With His Own Story

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is setting the record straight with a new documentary, “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas In His Own Words,” released January 31. Michael Pack, the director and producer on the project sat down with the Daily Caller’s Anders Hagstrom to discuss the project.  He conducted 30 hours of interviews with the justice…

Elizabeth Warren Rips Christian Schools with ‘Anti-LGBTQ+ Policies’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tweeted a link to a HuffPo article to tout her condemnation of Christian schools that, she claims, hold “anti-LGBTQ+ policies.” “States should focus on funding public schools, not private ones – especially not ones that maintain anti-LGBTQ+ policies,” Warren tweeted. “We must ensure every kid – especially LGBTQ+ kids – can…

The Supreme Court Looks Ready To Allow More State Aid For Religious Schools

January 22, 2020 6:39 PM ET The Supreme Court seemed poised to rule Wednesday that states which subsidize private schools cannot differentiate between religious schools and secular, private institutions. At issue in the case is a Montana program that allows residents to collect a tax credit of up to $150 for donating to organizations that…
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