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Mark Sherman - Associated Press
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider a major rollback of abortion rights, saying it will decide whether states can ban abortions before a fetus can survive outside the womb.
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Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was called “unashamedly pro-life” by her Republican Senate champion with Democrats running out of time to stop her quick confirmation.
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Ginsburg died at her home in Washington of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer.
(CNS photo/Will Dunham, Reuters)
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The executions would mark the first use of the death penalty on the federal level since 2003.
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The justices rejected administration arguments that the 8-year-old Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program is illegal.
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With the addition of two appointees of President Donald Trump, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, the court seems poised to extend protections for religious objections to anti-discrimination laws.
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The Supreme Court is about to commence on another highly contentious term, with many controversial items on its docket, from abortion to LGBT rights to immigration.
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From his appointment by President Gerald Ford in 1975 through his retirement in June 2010, he shaped decisions that touched countless aspects of American life.
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The 5-4 decision fulfills a longtime wish of conservatives to get rid of the so-called fair share fees that non-members pay to unions in roughly two dozen states. The court ruled that the laws violate the First Amendment by compelling workers to support unions they may disagree with.
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Mark Sherman - Associated Press
The Supreme Court says a California law that forces anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers to provide information about abortion probably violates the Constitution. The 5-4 ruling Tuesday also casts doubts on similar laws in Hawaii and Illinois.