How the U.S. Supreme Court could doom workplace diversity initiatives | Opinion
Cases heard last fall, and expected to be decided soon, could topple race-baed considerations.
How has the Supreme Court’s decision on mifepristone affected abortion access? | Analysis
4 questions answered on the high court's ruling.
Pa. Gov. Shapiro: U.S. Supreme Court ruling on abortion pill is a ‘relief,’ but a ‘long road ahead’
'As long as I serve the people of Pennsylvania, I will always protect your freedom to choose,' Shapiro said.
U.S. Supreme Court holds off on abortion pill ruling until midnight Friday
This is the second short-term stay from Alito. The first, issued on Friday, April 14, was set to expire Wednesday at midnight.
Gideon at 60: SCOTUS ruling reinforces need for competent public criminal defense | Matthew Mangino
Their rights are our rights—a buffer between rogues, zealots, and demagogues.
As Supreme Court considers student loan forgiveness, states may expand their programs
At least two dozen bills are moving through state legislatures this spring.
Black student loan borrowers at risk as U.S. Supreme Court weighs forgiveness plan
Black borrowers hold a disproportionate share of student loan debt, and many likely were recipients of Pell Grants.
What both sides of the abortion fight can learn from Antonin Scalia | Bruce Ledewitz
Both sides are committing a political error by trying to nationalize the issue again, this time in Congress
Do women’s lives matter to federal courts? | Opinion
Far-reaching legal cases, including a ruling by a Kentucky federal judge, raise serious concerns.
Lengthy timeline for DACA legal fight puts lives on hold for years
A decision on the program's legality is not expected until 2024, when it eventually goes to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Federal judge could decide as soon as February to yank abortion pill nationwide
The case is likely to end up before the U.S. Supreme Court, which overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022.
The one good thing about the independent state legislature theory | Bruce Ledewitz
The doctrine, for all its faults, would protect the public from judicial partisanship.