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Is the Supreme Court playing with fire?

Editor’s Note: Bradley Joondeph is a professor of constitutional law at Santa Clara University and a former clerk to the Sandra Day O’Connor, who served on the U.S. Supreme Court…

Obama should know better on Supreme Court’s role

Editor’s Note: Stephen B. Presser is the Raoul Berger professor of legal history at Northwestern University School of Law and a professor of business law at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School…

Anti-abortion doctors urge Supreme Court to keep mifepristone restrictions in place

CNN  —  A group of doctors opposed to abortion asked the Supreme Court Tuesday to restrict access to a key medication abortion drug while other legal challenges play out, as…

Gerald Groff: Supreme Court seems sympathetic to postal worker who didn’t work Sundays in dispute over religious accommodations

CNN  —  The Supreme Court seemed to side with a former mail carrier, an evangelical Christian, who says the US Postal Service failed to accommodate his request to not work…

Buttigieg says Supreme Court case was designed for ‘clear purpose of chipping away’ at LGBTQ equality

CNN  —  Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Sunday slammed the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of a Christian web designer in Colorado who refuses to create websites to celebrate same-sex…

Analysis: Why the Supreme Court won’t see a backlash this time

CNN  —  The Supreme Court handed down several key rulings this past week that dismayed liberals. Chief among them was the court’s decision to disallow colleges and universities from using…