Articles Tagged 'Supreme Court'
Pennsylvania GOP leaders ask U.S. Supreme Court to halt new congressional maps
Republican leaders of the Pennsylvania Legislature have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the imposition of a new congressional district map, two days after…
SCOTUS denies GOP request to block PA gerrymandering decision
The Supreme Court on Monday denied Republican requests to delay a Pennsylvania state court ruling requiring the state’s congressional map be redrawn, increasing the likelihood…
Iowa needs constitutional amendment to protect gun rights
Why does Iowa need to amend our state constitution to recognize and protect the right to keep and bear arms?
It might seem redundant, as…
Supreme Court agrees to speed up key DACA decision
The U.S. Supreme Court said Tuesday it would grant the Department of Justice’s request to quickly decide whether it will hear the Trump administration’s appeal…
Pennsylvania Supreme Court strikes down state’s congressional map
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down the state’s congressional map on Monday, ruling it violated the state’s Constitution.
In its order, the state Supreme Court…
Supreme Court asked to recognize a Second Amendment right to sell guns
A man who was blocked from opening a gun store in California asked the Supreme Court this week to review his case, saying Alameda County’s…
Told their treehouse must go, owners appeal to Supreme Court
Lynn Tran and Richard Hazen built a Florida beachfront treehouse that would be the envy of any child. It’s got two levels, hammocks and windows…
Chief Justice Roberts says courts will review protections against sexual misconduct
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on Sunday announced the roll out of new measures designed to protect law clerks and other court employees from…
Christie optimistic after N.J. pitches U.S. Supreme Court on sports betting
WASHINGTON — New Jersey’s long quest to overturn a federal ban on sports betting won support from some U.S. Supreme Court justices Monday, leaving Gov.…
Supreme Court justices voice support for digital privacy
WASHINGTON — A majority of Supreme Court justices voiced concerns Wednesday that the government’s ability to monitor people through their cellphones violates their privacy.