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Supreme Court Stays Challenge to Texas Abortion Restrictions

Supreme Court Stays Challenge to Texas Abortion Restrictions

On Monday, June 29, 2015, the United States Supreme Court decided to stay the challenge against the abortion restrictions still lawful in the state of Texas. Currently, Whole Woman’s Health, Et Al. v. Cole, Comm’r, TX, DHS, Et Al. (2015) is the order in pending case for the abortion ruling. This stay will refuse the state to […]

Rainbow Pride: Landmarks Turn Multicolor in Recognition of SCOTUS’ Decision

Rainbow Pride: Landmarks Turn Multicolor in Recognition of SCOTUS’ Decision

Multiple landmarks have turned multicolor in recognition of the SCOTUS’ decision to make gay marriage legal throughout all 50 states in America. Iconic statues and the like have lit up with all the colors of the rainbow in order to express their pride regarding this historic event, ranging from one side of the nation to […]

Obamacare Upheld by Supreme Court, Despite Controversy

Obamacare Upheld by Supreme Court, Despite Controversy

Today June 25, 2015, marked another win for Obamacare, after it was upheld by the Supreme Court, despite controversy. This win forces Americans to enroll in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or face penalties which will increase every year. For people who have had health insurance through their place of employment, Obamacare could be the […]

Texas Supreme Court Upholds Same-Sex Divorce as U.S. Awaits National Ruling on Gay Marriage

Texas Supreme Court Upholds Same-Sex Divorce as U.S. Awaits National Ruling on Gay Marriage

A Texas Supreme Court ruling Friday illustrates some of the issues involved with same-sex marriage in the U.S. today that are expected to be addressed by the U.S. Supreme Court by month’s end. The Texas court decision upholds a same-sex divorce granted in the state, even though they do not recognize same-sex marriage, which illustrates […]

Supreme Court Ruled Against Confederate Flags as Free Speech

Supreme Court Ruled Against Confederate Flags as Free Speech

There is a sad irony that on the day after a Caucasian gunman, who is reportedly a white supremacist, opened fire and killed 9 people in an historic African American church, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday that states do not have to allow Confederate flags on license plates to support free speech. The desire […]

Marriage Case in U.S. Supreme Court Refused by Major Law Firms

Marriage Case in U.S. Supreme Court Refused by Major Law Firms

Marriage arguments are taking a strange judicial turn, after major law firms refuse to come near the issue in U.S. Supreme Court briefs. The decision to avoid the issue is leaving smaller firms to take on the matter. One of the reasons larger law firms, which traditionally argue controversial cases for tobacco companies, alcohol companies […]

Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Cases Are Approaching

Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Cases Are Approaching

The Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage cases are approaching their hearings on April 28. As it gets closer to the date, it is clear to see many reasons why the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) may decide to allow same-sex marriage. This is a huge date for gay Americans. It will mark a time in history that will […]

Marital Divorce Through Facebook Could Open the Floodgates

Marital Divorce Through Facebook Could Open the Floodgates

A judgment in a divorce case that allowed the serving of summons through Facebook and other social media accounts, could open the floodgates for people who are looking for an easy route to end their marital relationship. The Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper, in a landmark judgment has recently ruled that the wife can […]

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