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Forty-eight years have passed since the Supreme Court ruling in Roe vs. Wade established a legal right to have an abortion in the United States. It created a passionate rift that was never (and never will be) resolved. Those who oppose abortion say that terminating a pregnancy is murder. It is an article of faith …

If Supreme Court justices don’t want to be seen as “partisan hackers,” they shouldn’t be acting like them. In a speech last week at the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville Law School, Judge Amy Coney Barrett said, “This tribunal is not made up of a group of partisan hackers. She added: “Judicial philosophies …

By Joan Biskupic, CNN Legal Analyst and Supreme Court Biographer A year after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, schools and hospitals were named for her, college prizes created in her name, and artwork designed with her face. Ginsburg’s pioneering women’s rights legacy lives on, as does the iconic lace collar design on t-shirts …

The legal architect of the Texas abortion ban argued in a Supreme Court brief that overturning Roe v Wade, the landmark ruling that guarantees abortion rights in the United States, could get women to abstain from sex. as a way to “control their reproductive life”. Former Texas solicitor general Jonathan Mitchell, who played a central …

Roberts concluded that they were asking the court to impose proportional representation in U.S. elections, which the Constitution neither denies nor requires. “The founders certainly didn’t think proportional representation was necessary,” he wrote. “For more than 50 years after the ratification of the Constitution, many states elected their representatives to Congress through general or ‘general’ …

A California Supreme Court judge said Thursday he would leave after next month to lead an international think tank, giving Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom his second High Court appointment. Judge Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar will become the new president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace after leaving court on October 31. Newsom “looks forward to reviewing …

Supreme Court job approval has fallen to an all-time high, according to a new poll taken after the court refused to block deeply divisive Texas law banning most abortions. Only 37% of registered voters said they approved of the way the court had handled its work, with 50% expressing disapproval in a poll released on …

Hello. I’m Paul Thornton, and it is Saturday September 11, 2021. In a normal universe, this newsletter would begin with a commentary on the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attack. But this is not a normal universe; this is California. With that in mind, let’s take a look back at the week in …

After the Supreme Court refused to stop Texas’ new anti-abortion law, also known as Senate Bill 8, lawmakers across the country quickly reacted to legislation that not only criminalizes it. abortion basically after six weeks, but allows anyone to sue someone. they believe he aided or encouraged an abortion. Texas Signal spoke to one of …

(AFP via Getty Images) A state judge has temporarily shielded Texas abortion clinics from lawsuits by an anti-abortion group under the state’s controversial new abortion law. The temporary restraining order issued Friday by State District Judge Maya Guerra Gamble in Austin came in response to a request from Planned Parenthood that does not directly interfere …