Vast changes in America and technology have dramatically altered the way the census is conducted. But the accuracy of the once-a-decade population count is at the heart of the Supreme Court case over the Trump administration's effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
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The Supreme Court purposely left the big questions unresolved when it decided the Masterpiece case last summer. These three suits nationwide could answer them.
Anti-Discrimination Or Religious Freedom? The Masterpiece Question Is Back In Arizona, Colorado Courts
Because SCOTUS didn’t settle the looming question on whether the First Amendment guarantees of religious freedom are more important than a state or city’s anti-discrimination laws, similar cases are again simmering in lower courts.
Jeff Johnson is the beneficiary of a growing body of research that sentences of life without parole for juveniles is cruel and unusual punishment.
When Jack Phillips refused to bake another cake in 2017, it ignited another legal battle between the Lakewood baker and Colorado.
Both the Obama and Trump administrations have tried repeatedly to get the case dismissed since it was filed in 2015.
The Masterpiece decision didn't address whether a business can invoke religious objections to refuse service to lesbian and gay people.
FBI ‘Did Not Want To Learn The Truth,’ About Kavanaugh Allegations, Says Attorney For Boulder Accuser
“We are deeply disappointed by this failure,” writes William Pittard, a lawyer representing Deborah Ramirez.
The crowd chanted slogans like "Hell, no, Kavanaugh" and "No rejection, no reelection."