Agudath Israel of America has filed an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in one of the Court ... Lewin on behalf of the National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs (COLPA) and joined in by a number of Orthodox.
Trump team maneuver on immigration challenged Constitution Daily (blog.
WASHINGTON — Breaking ranks with many of their fellow Republicans, a group of prominent politicians filed briefs on Tuesday urging the Supreme Court to rule that extreme political gerrymandering — the drawing of voting districts to give lopsided.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court will decide if state law requires Workers' Compensation Insurance to pay for a millworker's medical marijuana or if the insurer could be charged as an accessory in a drug deal under federal law . ... to the conflict.
The couple is asking the Utah Supreme Court to declare a portion of the state’s gestational surrogacy law unconstitutional because it deprives ... is female,” attorney Edwin Wall wrote in a brief filed with Utah’s high court. Justices are set to.
In defending that order, the president claims authority “parallel to Congress's” to make “federal law ” with respect to immigration, insists that the courts owe him complete “deference [as] the Executive,” and declares his decisions wholly “immune from.
AGA files brief with Supreme Court detailing impacts of failing sports betting ban Press of Atlantic City.
Other Views: Trump's travel ban may expire before it reaches the Supreme Court The Bakersfield Californian.
Reuters) - In July, when the Justice Department officially parted ways with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in a brief arguing that the Civil Rights Act does not preclude workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation, former Obama .
Taking up the Arpaio pardon Washington Post.
Trump's Legal U-Turns May Test Supreme Court's Patience. Sidebar. By ADAM ... It has twice switched sides in important Supreme Court cases, on workers' rights and voting rolls, abandoning the positions of the previous administration for ones favored by.
Most recently, the U.S. Justice Department filed a brief in support of Masterpiece Cakeshop, a Colorado bakery that refused on religious grounds to make a cake for a gay couple's wedding. The bakery was sanctioned by the state, and the U.S. Supreme.
A legal dispute brought all the way to Minnesota's highest court didn't succeed at it. Can a retired district ... The Supreme Court on Friday disagreed — in a brief order it said the veto was constitutional but “this conclusion, however, does not end.
The 90-day country ban is slated to expire later in September, or just weeks before the Supreme Court is expected to take up the case with oral argument on Oct. 10. Hawaii on Monday filed its brief for the ... to make ‘federal law’ with respect to.