Tag: Supreme Court
Justice Alito’s leaked opinion cites Sir Matthew Hale, a 17th-century jurist whose writings and reasonings have caused enduring damage to women for hundreds of years.
It is possible that a majority of American women will have fewer rights over their own bodies than the Muslim women living in 29 M.
"While abortion is still legal, tonight's report makes clear that our deepest fears are coming true. We have reached a crisis moment for abortion access. We don't have a moment to spare—we must act now."
If Republican appointees on the Supreme Court succeed in gutting regulatory agencies, we all lose.
Jackson will become the first Black woman and public defender to serve in 233 years.
The move, said one attorney, "shows disregard for the integrity of the Clean Water Act and undermines the rights of tribes and states to review and reject dirty fossil fuel projects that threaten their water."
Our nation is at a legal and ethical crossroads, where we must choose between actual ‘rule of law,’ or the rule of ‘judicial capture.'
Alexis Karteron, director of the Constitutional Rights Clinic at Rutgers University Law School, gives her impressions of the nomination.