#ussupremecourtrulings

  1. Amy Coney Barrett Warns Greg Abbott's Border Fight Isn't Over

    By Katherine Fung Justice Amy Coney Barrett cautioned that Texas Governor Greg Abbott 's border fight could come back before the U.S. Supreme Court in a new ruling. On Tuesday—just a day after Justice Samuel Alito extended his administrative stay on the implementation of the controv
  2. By Kate Shaw Contributing Opinion Writer When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last week that Colorado could not keep Donald Trump off its presidential primary ballot, it proved at least one thing: The court can decide a case both quickly and with a keen eye to the political calendar.
  3. Donald Trump Gets Hit With Flurry of Lawsuits

    By Nick Mordowanec Former President Donald Trump is facing multiple January 6-related civil lawsuits after an appeals court referenced an earlier case involving his perceived immunity from legal recourse. Trump is accused of inciting the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot by spreading u
  4. On The Docket Democracy Docket

    3/8/2024 The bitterly divided U.S. Supreme Court came to a unanimous 9-0 ruling in one of the most politically polarized cases in the Court’s history. But when you peel back the curtain, a more complex rift between the justices comes into view. Super Tuesday was the first major tes
  5. There's Something Rotten...

    The Supreme Court bars states from striking candidates. It still upholds the disqualification in general. Fourteenth Amendment, proscribes conduct of individuals. It bars persons from holding office after taking a qualifying oath and then engaging in insurrection or rebellion—not