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Recent Decisions

In re Grand Jury (January 23, 2023)

Arellano v. McDonough (January 23, 2023)
An exception to the default rule concerning the effective date for VA disability benefits is not subject to equitable tolling.

Biden v. Texas (June 30, 2022)
The rescission of the Migrant Protection Protocols (Remain in Mexico policy) did not violate the Immigration and Nationality Act.

West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (June 30, 2022)
The “best system of emission reduction” identified by the EPA in the Clean Power Plan was not within the authority granted to the Agency in Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act.

Torres v. Texas Department of Public Safety (June 29, 2022)
In a case under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, Texas is not protected by sovereign immunity; by ratifying the Constitution, the state agreed that its sovereignty would yield to the national power to raise and support the Armed Forces.

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Latest Supreme Court News

The Latest Crusade to Place Religion Over the Rest of Civil Society
The New York Times,
The Supreme Court appears ready to overrule a decision that has stood for nearly five decades on religion in the workplace.

Temple Grandin and the Power of Visual Thinking
The New York Times,
Readers agree with Ms. Grandin that it is often undervalued. Also: Kevin McCarthy’s vindictive move; action on climate change; the Supreme Court leak.

A “DIG” on attorney-client privilege: Why the court decided not to decide In re Grand Jury
SCOTUSblog,
After the oral argument in In re Grand Jury, the smart money would have predicted either that the court would affirm the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit or dismiss the case as improvidently granted. On Monday, it dismissed. In fact, one might... The post A “DIG” on attorney-client privilege: Why the court decided not to decide <em>In re Grand Jury</em> appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

The Constitution Has a 155-Year-Old Answer to the Debt Ceiling
The New York Times,
Congress has to get serious about the 14th Amendment. So does President Biden.

Statement from Marshal Curley
Supreme Court of the United States,
Statement from Marshal Gail A. Curley: During the course of the investigation, I spoke with each of the Justices, several on multiple occasions. The Justices actively cooperated in this iterative process, asking questions and answering mine. I followed up on all credible leads, none of which implicated the Justices or their spouses. On this basis, I did not believe that it was necessary to ask the Justices to sign sworn affidavits.

Post-Argument Analysis in the Moore v. Harper Case Raising the So-Called “Independent State Legislature” (ISL) Theory: What Might the Court Do?
Justia's Verdict,
Illinois Law dean Vikram David Amar analyzes last week’s oral argument in the Moore v. Harper case before the U.S. Supreme Court, which raises the “Independent State Legislature” (ISL) theory. Dean Amar makes seven key observations, including that a majority of the Court seems poised to reject ISL’s basic textual premise but also a middle group of Justices seem inclined to retain U.S. Supreme Court oversight over state courts on issues of federal elections.

Current Supreme Court Justices

John G. Roberts, Jr.
John G. Roberts, Jr.
Chief Justice of the United States
Clarence Thomas
Clarence Thomas
Associate Justice
Stephen G. Breyer
Stephen G. Breyer
Associate Justice
Samuel A. Alito, Jr.
Samuel A. Alito, Jr.
Associate Justice
Sonia Sotomayor
Sonia Sotomayor
Associate Justice
Elena Kagan
Elena Kagan
Associate Justice
Neil M. Gorsuch
Neil M. Gorsuch
Associate Justice
Brett M. Kavanaugh
Brett M. Kavanaugh
Associate Justice
Amy Coney Barrett
Amy Coney Barrett
Associate Justice

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