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Supreme Court Again Confronts the Issue of Abortion, This Time Over Access to Widely Used Medication

Two years after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, abortion opponents on Tuesday will ask the high court to ratify a ruling from a conservative federal appeals court that would limit access to the medication mifepristone. read more >
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Supreme Court Seems Favorable to Biden Administration Over Efforts to Combat Social Media Posts

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court seemed likely Monday to side with the Biden administration in a dispute with Republican-led states over how far the federal government can go to combat controversial social […] read more >
Government & Politics / Legal

Supreme Court Takes Up Major Challenges to Power of Federal Regulators

Billions of dollars are potentially at stake in front of a court that, like the rest of the federal judiciary, was remade during Donald Trump’s presidency by conservative interests that were motivated as much by weakening the regulatory state as social issues including abortion. read more >
Government & Politics / Health Care / Legal

The Supreme Court Will Rule on Limits on a Commonly Used Abortion Medication

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court agreed on Wednesday to take up a dispute over a medication used in the most common method of abortion in the United States, its first abortion […] read more >
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Supreme Court Throws Out Case That Could Have Limited Lawsuits Over Disability Access

Supreme Court Throws Out Case That Could Have Limited Lawsuits Over Disability Access read more >
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SCOTUS to Decide Legality of State Laws Limiting Social Media Platforms

The justices will review laws enacted by Republican-dominated legislatures and signed by Republican governors in Florida and Texas. read more >
Education / Public Companies / Retail

Retailers, Beware: Resumption of Student Loan Payments Could Lead Some Buyers to Pull Back

Though many hoped their loans might at least be lightened, the Supreme Court last week struck down a Biden administration plan that would have given millions of people some relief from the return of the loan payments. read more >
Education / Legal

Supreme Court Rejects Biden’s Plan to Wipe Away $400B in Student Loans

The court held that the administration needs Congress' endorsement before undertaking so costly a program. read more >
Education / Legal

US Supreme Court Strikes Down Affirmative Action in College Admissions

Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote in dissent that the decision "rolls back decades of precedent and momentous progress." read more >
Health Care / Legal

A Year After Fall of Roe, 25 Million Women Live in States With Abortion Bans or Tighter Restrictions

Decisions about the law are largely in the hands of state lawmakers and courts. read more >
Legal / Real Estate

Supreme Court Limits Federal Power Over Wetlands, Boosts Property Rights Over Clean Water

It's the second decision in as many years in which a conservative majority of the court narrowed the reach of environmental regulations. read more >
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Agriculture & Poultry / Legal

Supreme Court Backs California Law for More Space for Pigs

Industry groups have said the law would mean expensive, industry-wide changes even though a majority of the farms where pigs are raised are not in California, the nation's most populous state, but instead in the Midwest and North Carolina. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal / Real Estate

Supreme Court Seems to Favor Woman Who Got $0 in Condo Sale

The woman is trying to recoup some money after the county kept the entire $40,000 when it sold her condominium over a small unpaid tax bill. read more >
Health Care / Legal

Supreme Court Preserves Access to Abortion Pill for Now

The justices granted emergency requests from the Biden administration and New York-based Danco Laboratories, maker of the drug mifepristone. They are appealing a lower court ruling that would roll back Food and Drug Administration approval of mifepristone. read more >
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Government & Politics / Legal

Supreme Court Case Tests Religious Tolerance on Sunday Work

The case before the court involves a mail carrier in rural Pennsylvania. The man was told that as part of his job he'd need to start delivering Amazon packages on Sundays. He declined, saying his Sundays are for church and family. read more >
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Government & Politics / Health Care / Legal

High Court Temporarily Blocks Restrictions on Abortion Pill

The court finds itself immersed in a new fight involving abortion less than a year after conservative justices reversed Roe v. Wade and allowed more than a dozen states to effectively ban abortion outright. read more >
Health Care / Legal

Competing Abortion Pill Rulings Sow Alarm, Confusion

The growing restrictions could particularly hurt people who don't have the resources to travel to such places as California and New York to get in-clinic abortions. read more >
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Banking & Finance / Legal

Supreme Court Sides With Arkansas in Unclaimed Checks Case

Arkansas led a coalition of states in the lawsuit against MoneyGram International. read more >
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Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Investments / Legal

Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Consumer Agency

The case that could threaten how the watchdog Consumer Financial Protection Bureau functions. read more >
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Banking & Finance / Education / Government & Politics / Legal

Supreme Court Student Loan Case: The Arguments Explained

So far, Republican-appointed judges have kept the Democratic president's plan from going into effect, and it remains to be seen how the court, dominated 6-3 by conservatives, will respond. read more >