Los Angeles argues that access to hotel guest information is a necessary tool for law enforcement.
In an interview, the president also said that Justice Ginsburg will decide her own retirement.
The state can proceed, despite an appeals court finding that the law unfairly targets minorities. Attorney General Holder says the order is a “step backward.”
Fifty-six percent of Americans agree with justices’ decision, according to new Washington Post-ABC poll.
The decision will allow more than a dozen abortion clinics to reopen in the second most populous state.
The Supreme Court weighs whether a N.C. dental board’s crackdown on teeth whiteners was improper.
Supreme Court justices don’t have to spell out their reasoning for their rulings.
Justices deny request from Idaho Gov. C.L. Butch Otter to delay the unions so appeals could be pursued.
The majority gave no reason for its ruling preventing implementation of the law in next month’s election.
The state now can eliminate same-day registration and not count ballots cast at the wrong precinct.