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Is the Supreme Court playing with fire?

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: Bradley Joondeph is a professor of constitutional law at Santa Clara University and a former clerk to the Sandra Day O’Connor, who served on the U.S. Supreme…

Court ruling on strip searches is unjust

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: Sherry Colb is a professor of law and Charles Evans Hughes Scholar at Cornell University Law School. Story highlights Sherry Colb: Supreme Court ruling on strip search…

Anti-abortion doctors urge Supreme Court to keep mifepristone restrictions in place

[ad_1] CNN  —  A group of doctors opposed to abortion asked the Supreme Court Tuesday to restrict access to a key medication abortion drug while other legal challenges play out,…

Gerald Groff: Supreme Court seems sympathetic to postal worker who didn’t work Sundays in dispute over religious accommodations

[ad_1] CNN  —  The Supreme Court seemed to side with a former mail carrier, an evangelical Christian, who says the US Postal Service failed to accommodate his request to not…

Supreme Court oral arguments on Second Amendment gun rights

[ad_1] When the Supreme Court enhanced the Second Amendment right “to keep and bear arms” in 2022, the justices said a gun regulation could be upheld only if it had…