A Vermont federal district court judge upheld the law set to take effect July 1, 2016.
Justices will not hear a case challenging a ban in New Jersey.
The service providers don't want the rules implemented while they're suing over them.
The ruling follows recent decisions treating campaign donations as free speech.
The case stems from a botched execution in Oklahoma.
“If you support gay marriage then you will burn in hell for eternity,” a protester yelled.
"We're going to try to push it," Sen. Chuck Grassley said.
Supreme Court justices are the only federal judges exempt from following a code of conduct.
A handful of critics have filed lawsuits against the net neutrality rules.
Four major trade groups have announced challenges to the rules.
The announcement comes one day after a Columbia University report excoriating the magazine.
The feds filed a brief in support of an inmate seeking hormone therapy in prison.
The inmate claimed prison officials violated her Eighth Amendment rights.
Judges questioned Arizona Sheriff Joseph Arpaio's legal standing in the case.
The Supreme Court said employers should be given notice and time to settle charges.
Inmates call a three-drug lethal injection ‘cocktail’ cruel and unusual punishmenet.
The Supreme Court's most frequent swing vote sent mixed messages Tuesday.
Swing-vote justices John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy asked tough questions on both sides.
Justices will hear arguments in the blockbuster case this week.
The case, centering on a Depression-era program, has prompted new cries of overreach.
It's against the law to hold a suspect for even a few extra minutes, the Supreme Court ruled.
The decision upholds an appellate ruling that bars only some aspects of the law.
Alan Gross had sought to sue the U.S. government over his arrest in Cuba.
A brief filed Thursday in the landmark case urges the justices to weigh free speech.