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Supreme Court to hear Ohio voter registration policy.

Supreme Court Rules Offensive Trademarks Are Protected

Ruffle of feathers or not, it is protected. In a historic ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that laws forbidding registration of offensive trademarks is unconstitutionally. The Court rules that such laws limit free speech. The court ruled 8-0 in favor of Portland, Oregon-based Asian-American

Supreme Court to hear Ohio voter registration policy.

Supreme Court to Hear Ohio Voter Purge Policy

Voter Registration Comes to the Supreme Court Again. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear Ohio’s appeal of a lower court ruling that blocked the state’s policy of purging people from voter-registration lists if they do not regularly cast ballots. The lower court found

Supreme Court Will Not Hear Immigration Case

Supreme Court Will Not Hear Immigration Case

SCOTUS has refused to hear case that challenges the expedited removal of undocumented immigrants. On Monday, the Supreme Court left in place a lower court opinion rejecting claims by undocumented Central American women and children seeking asylum.  The defendants were apprehended immediately after arriving in the

Neil Gorsuch Confirmed to Supreme Court

Neil Gorsuch Confirmed to Supreme Court

President Trump has his man. After a bitter battle along party lines that included a successful filibuster, block vote, and ultimately brought about use of the “nuclear option” by Senate Republicans, Neil Gorsuch has been confirmed as the next Associate Justice to the United States

Claire McCaskill will not vote for Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court.

Sen. Claire McCaskill Says No to Neil Gorsuch.

Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO.) announced Friday that she will vote “no” for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. In a statement posted to Medium, the Senator has this to say. “While I have come to the conclusion that I can’t support Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme