Tag: Supreme Court
Since the Supreme Court gutted the law in 2013, more than 1,600 polling places have been closed, including many in largely-Black and Latino communities.
Voting rights advocacy groups called the Supreme Court's decision "deeply disappointing."
“Promises were made,” Justice Gorsuch said in upholding Creek Nation jurisdiction over half of Oklahoma.
States may now think twice before ignoring treaty promises or challenging tribal jurisdiction.
“No employer is welcome into the exam room when I talk to patients about their contraception options, why should they be able to dictate the method from their corner office?” asked one physician.
"No oil pipeline is safe, and TransCanada’s record over the past decade does little to assuage concerns of a spill."
“I would imagine the oil companies will seek en banc [full court] review in the Ninth Circuit. If that fails they'll petition … the Supreme Court.”
"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?
That decision sent what I believe to be a clear message to Americans: Don’t turn to the Supreme Court to protect your right to vote, even in the case of a genuine emergency.