Social conservatives have attacked the Supreme Court because of how its opinion disagrees with theirs, not because of how the Court has overstepped its boundaries.
The Supreme Court’s recent decision to broadly interpret the Fair Housing Act is clearly a victory for civil rights. But why hasn’t the Supreme Court applied the same rationale to the death penalty?
The Supreme Court’s decision Friday does not usher in an era of marriage “equality.” Rather, it ushers in an era of marriage irrelevancy, at least in a legal sense.
Roberts and his five colleagues created an ambiguity in the clear provision that limits subsidies to those exchanges “established by a State.”
Medicaid eligibility terminates when a person is placed in custody.
Multinational corporations have begun invoking Romer and the Equal Protection Clause in challenging common-sense public health, environmental, and even minimum wage laws.
Police have a perverse incentive to seize money through the DOJ’s Equitable Sharing Program.
Most of my friends who survived still cannot sleep without the lights on, even after 17 years.
ISDS weakens the rule of law by removing procedural protections and creating an effectively unreviewable system of adjudication.
in the hopes of plucking the heart strings of conservatives, a number of commentators have begun calling patents “property rights.”