The order, which is temporary, gives the Trump administration authority to start the wall projects where fencing already exists.
Voting rights advocacy groups called the Supreme Court's decision "deeply disappointing."
"A State need not subsidize private education. But once a State decides to do so, it cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious."
"LGBTQI people have a right to the same protections as everyone else, and they deserve to be able to live their lives without fear of discrimination—something the Supreme Court has affirmed today.”
Can’t we protect our health and the right to vote?
Judicial Crisis Network, a “dark money” group, operates as the preeminent vehicle for deep-pocketed donors to funnel millions of dollars to support or oppose judicial nominees in Supreme Court confirmation fights.
The justices refused to consider a challenge to a longstanding ban on corporate donations to political campaigns.
The public is more aware of partisan gerrymandering than ever – and less supportive of it.
Will the Supreme Court back LQBTQ rights? Time will tell.