Social conservatives feel betrayed by the Supreme Court — and the GOP that appointed it

Social conservatives feel betrayed by the Supreme Court — and the GOP that appointed it

What is the purpose of the Republican Party? That’s a question some social conservatives have been asking following the Supreme Court’s ruling on June 15 in Bostock v. Clayton County, a major Supreme Court decision holding that federal law prohibits employment discrimination against LGBTQ workers…

The Supreme Court kept DACA alive — for now. DREAMers still face a long road ahead.

The Supreme Court kept DACA alive — for now. DREAMers still face a long road ahead.

The Supreme Court’s decision to keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program alive for now is a victory for hundreds of thousands of unauthorized immigrants who came to the US as children. But it’s a temporary victory — far from the permanent protections they…

A federal court just reinstated DACA, and the implications go far beyond immigration

A federal court just reinstated DACA, and the implications go far beyond immigration

Vendredi en fin d’après-midi, un juge de district fédéral a ordonné à l’administration Trump de rétablir complètement le programme d’action différée pour les arrivées d’enfants (DACA), qui permet à près de 700000 immigrants sans papiers venus aux États-Unis comme enfants d’y vivre et d’y travailler….

Supreme Court Backs California Ministry on COVID Rules, Returns Case to Lower Court

Supreme Court Backs California Ministry on COVID Rules, Returns Case to Lower Court

The Supreme Court building in Washington, DC on August 29, 2020 (Andrew Kelly / Reuters) The Supreme Court sided with a California ministry against Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday in a dispute over the coronavirus restrictions. The Harvest Rock International Department had alleged that Newsom’s…

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