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Supreme Court May Side with First Amendment, Not Unions

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday appeared skeptical of a law permitting government labor unions to extract involuntary dues from workers’ paychecks, in a case pitting the First Amendment against the power of a central pillar of the Democratic Party.

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 26: A flag flys outside the U.S. Supreme Court after it was announced that the court will allow a limited version of President Donald Trump's travel ban to take effect June 26, 2017 in Washington, DC. The Supreme Court will consider the case of the president's …

Justice Ginsburg: Not All Presidents Get to Fill That Many Court Vacancies

Monday at the Jewish Federations of North America while commenting on President-elect Donald Trump’s upcoming  Supreme Court nomination, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg also pointed out most presidents only get a few chances to appoint justices. She cited the example of President


California Leads Nation in Gay and Lesbian Marriages

New figures released by the Office of Tax Analysis of the U.S. Treasury Department show San Francisco and Oakland as the top two marriage capitals in America for gay and lesbian couples.

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AP Interview: Ginsburg Doesn’t Want to Envision a Trump Win

WASHINGTON (AP) ” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she doesn’t want to think about the possibility of Donald Trump winning the White House, and she predicts the next president ” “whoever she will be” ” will have a few appointments to make to the Supreme Court.

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Supreme Court Justices Pay Tribute to Antonin Scalia

WASHINGTON, DC—As the nation says goodbye to Justice Antonin Scalia, each of his colleagues issued statements praising their departed colleague. The statements from each of the current members of the Supreme Court are reproduced here:

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