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Obama Looks To Supreme Court To Salvage Immigration Plan

The appeal from the Obama administration come after a federal appeals court sided with Texas and 25 other GOP-led states.

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Supreme Court Rejects Anti-Abortion Group’s Bid to Reveal More Information

The Supreme Court decided the information’s release could harm the healthcare clinic’s ability to compete for the $1 million dollar grant.

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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Texas Abortion Case

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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.

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Sixth Amendment at Stake: Federal Government Says It Can Take Your Money If Charged With Any Crime

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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.

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The Supreme Court Takes Up Another Class Action

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In the third such case in almost as many weeks, The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments today over a class-action suit.

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Obama To Appeal Immigration Ruling To Supreme Court

President Obama speaking at the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington. February 5th, 2014.

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.

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Justices Hear ERISA Case On Equitable Remedies

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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.

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Chief Justice Chastises Government Over Treatment of Prisoners in Petition Filing Case

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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.

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Do Litigants Have a Right to a Three-Judge Panel? Justices debate over requirement

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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.

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A Federal Crime or State Crime: Federalism and Statutory Interpretation

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On Tuesday, The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the immigration case Torres v. Lynch.

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