Tag: Supreme Court
A president’s court picks shouldn’t require sixty Senate votes.
As the Supreme Court prepares to conference on same-sex marriage, a phonebanker reflects on hip-hop lyrics, missionary work, and what a conversation has to do to change a mind.
The right regulates the bedroom before the banks.
The court might well have opted to undo the fabric of race-conscious laws and policies thread by thread.
What Abigail Fisher’s affirmative action case is really about.
The court’s review of a key concept used to enforce the 1968 Fair Housing Act could be a major setback for housing rights advocates.
We’re all hearing about the gay marriage case, but the Supreme Court is set to rule on a key piece of voting access legislation.
The Supreme Court is poised to decide major issues like voting rights and marriage equality.
The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Obamacare obscures the ruling’s other, deeply conservative result: a road-map for gutting Congressional power.
There are two competing visions of patriotism in America today.
Why did Chief Justice Roberts choose to uphold the Affordable Care Act, alone amongst Republican appointees?
Robert Reich predicts that the Supreme Court will come down six to three in favor of the Affordable Care Act.
Many have said a Supreme Court strike-down of the individual mandate could be the end of Obamacare, but it might be what’s needed to revive the public option.
Less than half of Americans believe that the Supreme Court is doing a good job. Here’s what that may mean.