The Supreme Court unanimously upheld Virginia’s public records law Monday, which limits access to public records to state residents—a ruling that came as little surprise to legal experts but has government watchdogs worried.
The Supreme Court dismissed a retirement community company’s challenge to the legitimacy of the National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday evening, delaying the expected high court battle over President Barack Obama’s recess appointments.
Critics of President Barack Obama’s recess appointments are calling on Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan to recuse herself from a potential Supreme Court hearing on the matter.
MSNBC commentator Paul Begala has been vocal in his criticism of the Supreme Court ruling that, among other things, allowed Super PACs to continue spending hundreds of millions of dollars on election advertising.
Ward Connerly says the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling in Fisher v. University of Texas may help kill racial preferences once and for all.
The Supreme Court ordered the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to examine the constitutionality of two Obamacare provisions: employer requirements and mandatory coverage of contraceptives.
A mega-fundraiser and donor to President Barack Obama’s campaign is also a top Texas lawyer who has encountered scandals during his two-decade long law career.
On Tuesday, House Ways and Means chairman David Camp (R., Mich.) called the recent Supreme Court decision upholding the Affordable Care Act a “brave new world” of tax policy.
The Supreme Court’s controversial decision last week to uphold the constitutionality of Obamacare is re-igniting the debate over the president’s health care overhaul and public funding of abortions.