Mr. Justice Breyer, Thank you for your service. Now please retire | Bruce Ledewitz
Breyer will not change the law by remaining on the court. But he might do so by resigning.
One nation under who? Inside the trust gap that’s splitting the nation | Friday Morning Coffee
We knew we were polarized. New polling data illustrates the stark differences.
The Supreme Court’s free speech verdict in Pa. cheerleader case won’t help declining civil discourse | Opinion
As knowledge about the First Amendment has waned, so has training in this fundamental constitutional right.
College athletes score a big win in the U.S. Supreme Court in NCAA dispute
The 9-0 decision in NCAA v. Alston was delivered by Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, who said the college athletics body is not exempt from antitrust law.
‘A sad loss for Philadelphians’: LGBTQ advocates react to Supreme Court ruling in Philly foster case
"Our tax dollars should be dedicated to securing good homes for these kids, not discriminating against those who want to help," one advocate said.
U.S. Supreme Court rules against Philadelphia in foster parents case
The ruling was "a blow to children and families in the foster care system within the city of Philadelphia," one LGBTQ advocacy group said Thursday.
Roe v. Wade gave people who can get pregnant a choice about having children. Here’s how that changed their lives | Opinion
Roe v. Wade greatly improved the lives of generations of women across the U.S. in the last decades of the 20th century and early in the 21st.
This is Amy Coney Barrett’s supreme conflict of interest | Dick Polman
It’s hard these days to keep track of all the decrepitude in public life, so forgive me if I highlight some new sleaze that has likely escaped your notice.
There’s a pro-abortion rights case to be made for keeping the Hyde Amendment | Bruce Ledewitz
The elimination of the Hyde Amendment would energize and radicalize the anti-abortion movement.
What to do about the coming crisis in the Rule of Law | Bruce Ledewitz
The view that judges are partisan and will rule for their side if they can is the opposite of the promise of the rule of law.
Lawmakers, Wolf need to clarify Pa.’s mail-in voting law before 2022 | Bruce Ledewitz
One thing we know: We don’t want another round of post-election litigation in 2022, like the long list of cases that were filed in 2020.
How a Pa. case may impact what public school students all over the country can – and can’t – say on social media | Opinion
Can schools discipline students for remarks made online? The answer is not entirely clear.