The Supreme Court will allow Senate Republicans to participate in oral arguments in the National Labor Relations Board recess appointment case, a maneuver that several legal experts suggested could tilt the scales against the Obama administration.
The Supreme Court threw out a union’s attempt to preserve backroom deals with employers on Tuesday.
When the Supreme Court agreed last week to hear Hobby Lobby’s lawsuit against the Obama administration over the Affordable Care Act’s contraception mandate, conservatives hoped the court would blow another deal to the president’s signature legislation.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) still faces numerous legal challenges despite President Barack Obama’s claims that his signature health care legislation is beyond dispute.
Courts across the country are abdicating their constitutional duty and permitting the explosive growth of government intrusion by deferring cases to show restraint, a leading attorney said on Wednesday at an event hosted by the Charles Koch Institute.
Craft store Hobby Lobby filed papers with the Supreme Court on Monday asking it to take a look at its case against the Obama administration’s mandate that the company must pay for birth control and abortion-causing drugs for employees.
The Supreme Court is expected to rule on a number of high-profile labor cases over the next several months touching on issues from recess appointments to forced union membership to shady alliances between unions and businesses.
The U.S. Supreme Court could invalidate the use of racial discrimination or preferences in public college and university admissions after it hears a case Tuesday.
The strength of the argument that abortion is a constitutional right lies fundamentally in the strength of the Supreme Court decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. But how strong are they? A new book by Clarke Forsythe examines the background and arguments of these two pivotal cases to answer just this question.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court will this week step into the politically charged debate over campaign finance for the first time since its controversial ruling three years ago paved the way for corporations and unions to spend more on political candidates and causes.