The case brought up by 10 non-union teachers from California will challenge the law that requires all public sector employees to pay for union dues, saying the rule violates a public employee’s right to free speech.
With no suspension put in place, Texas would have had a limited number of nine abortion centers left in the second largest state.
The Court ruled in a 5-4 decision to abandon the Mercury and Air Toxic Standards rule (2011) which required coal-burning plants to install equipment to control mercury pollutants.
The four partisan commissioners are selected by the four state legislative leaders, the chair of the independent panel is selected then by the other four chosen members.
The Supreme Court ruled, 5-4, that Oklahoma and other states can continue to carry out lethal injection by use of the controversial sedative midazolam as the first drug in its three-drug protocol.
The High Court will decide whether or not affirmative action in the college admissions process is constitutional.
In an unequivocal, sweeping and often poetic 5-4 decision written by Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy, the Supreme Court on Friday ruled that same-sex couples have the fundamental right to marry everywhere in the United States.
The reference to slavery comes from the idea that ruling in favor of legalizing same-sex marriages, gives these same-sex couples “dignity.”
The SCOTUScare Act of 2015, introduced by Rep. Babin (TX), would remove the Justices from federal insurance and require them to sign up through the Affordable Care Act
From worries about religious freedom to celebrations for LGBT rights, the 2016 presidential candidates have a lot to say about the Supreme Court’s ruling Friday legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.