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In arguments about EEOC case, Supreme Court balks at the idea its input — or any judge’s — is optional
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The case hinged on the meaning of the word “accompany” in a John Dillinger-era law on hostage-taking.
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The justices found plenty of things to questions about a town’s differing regulations.
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Justices have until the end of January to add cases and could still tackle the issue before adjourning in June.
The U.S. Supreme Court might decide to hear same-sex marriage cases today.
In a pivotal week for gay marriage, the Supreme Court will consider whether to hear cases that could provide a nationwide answer on whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to wed.
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HIGH COURT | Justices will consider whether Florida’s ban on directly soliciting contributions holds water.
Justices to put documents online, but spurn other calls for transparency such as cameras in court.
A federal judge had previously struck down a state ban, and without Supreme Court intervention, same-sex marriage licenses could be issued starting Jan. 6.
Justices won’t review decision, so state officials must issue driver’s licenses to some illegal immigrants.