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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.”
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Jonathan H. Adler
The Supreme Court blocks enforcement of a Texas abortion law, at least for now, increasing the odds of a ruling on abortion rights within the next year.
Three justices dissent from the denial of certiorari in a sentencing case.
An academic study purports to show “[T]he votes of both liberal and conservative Justices tend to reflect their preferences toward the ideological grouping of the speaker.” But does the study actually show that?
Aereo rolls over and hints it’d be fine with paying broadcasters’ retransmission fees.
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Supreme Court justices don’t have to spell out their reasoning for their rulings.
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Gay immigrants in Virginia get extra legal protection from high court ruling on right to marry.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said the decision will become a major political issue in every election for decades to come.
(Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP)
In Texas and elsewhere, access to abortion is being tested on a sweeping scale.
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