Prominent legal commentator and law professor Jonathan Turley wrote an op-ed Tuesday calling on his fellow liberals to apologize for their previous treatment of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
The Judicial Crisis Network launched a new ad campaign on Tuesday that calls on Democrats to release their list of potential Supreme Court nominees.
President Donald Trump on Monday said “of course” he would make a nomination to the Supreme Court if there’s a vacancy before the 2020 election.
A CNN writer compared a pending Supreme Court ruling on whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the U.S. census to the infamous Plessy v. Ferguson decision upholding racial segregation.
In June 2018, the Supreme Court declared that government agencies could no longer mandate union dues or fee payments as a condition of employment in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees.
Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, joined by Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, said the suit should have been dismissed earlier given the lack of standing of the association and called on lower courts to dismiss “offended observer standing.”
2020 Democratic candidates interviewed by the New York Times split on their openness to expanding the Supreme Court from its current slate of nine justices.
The United States Supreme Court on Monday avoided taking action on two potentially inflammatory cases that touched on issues of religious liberty.
A private corporation that runs a public “forum” is not bound by the First Amendment, the Supreme Court ruled Monday morning.
A dark money group pushing for liberal justices is running digital ads exclusively in Iowa calling for packing the U.S. Supreme Court, a move that if undertaken during a Democratic presidency would shift the ideological makeup of the court.