SCOTUS Watch

  • SCOTUS Watch | Mar 22, 2019

    In this edition of SCOTUS Watch, our focus is on Rucho v. Common Cause, a redistricting case in North Carolina and Kisor v. Wilkie, a retired United States Marine suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, who was denied retroactive benefits back to 1983, when he originally filed his disability claim.

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  • SCOTUS Watch | Feb 22, 2019

    The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is returning to the bench after its usual four-week winter recess. The recess was marked by noteworthy “shadow docket” actions on the death penalty, abortion rights, and other matters that offered more news than a usual February. SCOTUS will hear oral arguments for a total of 6 cases this session. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who missed all 11 arguments of the January sitting because of her recuperation from lung surgery, is back on the bench hearing arguments this week.

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  • SCOTUS WATCH | Jan 18, 2019

    The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) will hear oral arguments for a total of 11 cases this month.

    It’s worth noting Ginsburg is still recovering from a surgery she had on December 21st and has been participating in the court’s consideration of cases from home through briefs and transcripts of the arguments.

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  • SCOTUS Watch | Dec 7, 2018

    The Supreme Court heard a total of 33 cases from October – December 2018. Learn more about these cases and why they matter.

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  • SCOTUS Watch | Oct 12, 2018

    Kavanaugh is expected to be a more consistent conservative and cement a five-justice conservative majority. Most observers believe Kavanaugh will uphold greater abortion restrictions and favor greater protection for religious freedom affecting generations to come.

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  • SCOTUS Watch | Sept 28, 2018

    The Democrats have said it themselves. From the beginning, they determined to do whatever was necessary to block Kavanaugh from being confirmed to the Supreme Court. They have called Kavanaugh evil and those who support Kavanaugh evil.

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