by Ian Millhiser Apr 4, 2016
In case there are any doubts where Thomas' sympathies lay, he closes his opinion by likening one person/one vote to something out of the Soviet Union.
An ambitious effort to make the halls of American power whiter has failed.
Just one day after the FDA acted to make medication abortions safer for women, Arizona's governor signed a law trying to force doctors to use the outdated method previously endorsed by the FDA.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 31, 2016
Justice Elena Kagan thinks that her Court took a terrible wrong turn in a 27-year-old opinion limiting the right to counsel.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 29, 2016
The biggest birth control case to reach the Supreme Court in 40 years just got a whole lot more confusing.
It is as if Utah required women to consume a small dose of strychnine before they can receive an abortion.
by Emily Atkin Mar 29, 2016
"Obviously, the leader's not real happy with me," Collins said.
Justice Antonin Scalia died, and the anti-union litigants lost the fifth vote they needed to prevail.
by Bryan Dewan Mar 28, 2016
If the Supreme Court rules against the Obama Administration's immigration policies, the 26 plaintiff states will lose a combined $91.9 billion in new state GDP over a decade.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 28, 2016
The NRA can't even persuade their own lawyer to turn against Judge Garland.