Conservative Supreme Court justices were the subject of protests, some at their homes, after the May leak of the court's decision that ultimately stripped away constitutional protections for abortion.
For veteran anti-abortion activists, the leaked U.S. Supreme Court document reads like a detailed dream come true, spelling out a potential ruling allowing states to ban abortion. Yet even as they celebrate, there are hard-nosed assessments from some about the political battles that lie ahead if the national map becomes a patchwork of conflicting laws. One says that if the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision is overturned, she and her allies will press Republican-governed states to swiftly outlaw abortion. They would also step up lobbying in Democratic strongholds where it is protected. Another challenge: how to prevent women in states with bans from accessing mail-order pills to self-induce abortions.
The Supreme Court has ruled against a Mexico family in a cross-border shooting case.
The Senate’s “candy desk” is emerging as one of the most talked about impeachment trial topics.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg weighed in on the impeachment of President Trump.
The Supreme Court let a Kentucky abortion law stand.
TRENTON — The state’s judiciary on Tuesday published its annual report on New Jersey’s 2-year-old bail overhaul, hailing the largely cash-free system for reducing “unnecessary detention of low-risk defendants.”
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore last week was suspended without pay for the rest of his term, and whether you agree with his pol…
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