The appeal from the Obama administration come after a federal appeals court sided with Texas and 25 other GOP-led states.
The Supreme Court decided the information’s release could harm the healthcare clinic’s ability to compete for the $1 million dollar grant.
At issue is state law in Texas that places heavy restrictions on abortion providers in the state, which opponents argue cuts off access to many facilities statewide.
For the Court, they may look at the facts of the case and give a narrowly-tailored exception to prevent the taking of legally obtained assets by the government before a determination of guilt has been performed.
In the third such case in almost as many weeks, The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments today over a class-action suit.
The plan would grant up to 5 million undocumented immigrants work permits and expand eligibility for immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children.
The effect of this case could reach the other plans including Social Security payments and disability payments. It will also serve to highlight the increasing tension between law and equity.
Chief Justice John Roberts gave an impassioned tongue lashing to the federal government today over its treatment of prisoners in a case regarding the way prison filing fees are calculated and paid.
In a case before the Supreme Court today, the justices weighed whether in those circumstances, whether plaintiffs have a right to the three judge panel.
On Tuesday, The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the immigration case Torres v. Lynch.