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U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court

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  1. When the Supreme Court rejected a petition to stop a Texas voter-ID law from going into effect for the midterms, the left commenced its wailing and gnashing of teeth. In ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Salt Lake Tribune

  2. Hobby Lobby Ruling Is Exactly the Mess We Were Warned About

    When the Supreme Court ruled this summer that corporations with religious owners can't be required to pay for birth control coverage for their employees, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg warned ... FULL ARTICLE AT Jezebel

  1. The U.S. Supreme Court is correcting its own record. That's not exactly rare, but Ginsburg is the first justice to call the public's attention to her own ... FULL ARTICLE AT NPR

  2. Poll Tax is Legal? Yep! in Texas...thank you, SCOTUS!

    How to hijack and steal an election, the Republican way...go visit an uncle at the US Supreme Court. A Court, that at the whim of a Political Party...or ... FULL ARTICLE AT Newsvine

  1. All in a night's work for Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    You’re permitted to cast a ballot in Texas (where early voting began Monday) if you show a concealed-handgun license at the polling place, but not if you present a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Commonweal

  2. Proof That Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is The Flyest Supreme Court Justice Of All Time

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gives out Notorious R.G.B. t-shirt to her friends and family. FULL ARTICLE AT MTV.com

  3. On Saturday morning, the Supreme Court ruled that Texas' harsh voter ID law could remain in effect for the upcoming midterm elections, potentially disenfranchising some 600,000 mostly black and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mother Jones

  4. WI GOPer Candidate: SCOTUS Is Conspiring Against Scott Walker's Presidential Bid

    Dan Sebring is running for the umpteenth time against US Representative Gwen Moore. Last go around, Sebring's claim to fame was running a racist ad against her. This year ... FULL ARTICLE AT Crooks and Liars

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The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest judicial body in the United States, and leads the federal judiciary. It consists of the Chief Justice of the United States and eight Associate Justices, who are nominated by the President and confirmed with the "advice and consent" (majority vote) of the Senate. Once appointed, Justices effectively have life tenure, serving "during good... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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