The laws, enacted by Florida and Texas in response to conservative complaints about censorship, have been challenged under the First Amendment.
A recent ruling created a split among federal appeals courts on whether schools can forbid transgender students to use restrooms matching their gender identities.
The law, enacted in response to a decision in June striking down a restrictive gun control law, imposed new requirements on carrying guns in public.
The justices struggled to decide how to deal with documents that include both legal and business advice.
The Supreme Court will decide whether a 1986 law that makes it a crime to urge people to stay in the United States unlawfully can be squared with the First Amendment.
The case concerns Title 42, a public health measure invoked by the Trump administration during the pandemic to block migrants from seeking asylum in the United States.
Several new studies document the current court’s distinctive insistence on its dominance and the justices’ willingness to use procedural shortcuts to achieve it.
The Masterpiece Cakeshop case, involving similar issues, was argued exactly five years ago — and decided on June 4, 2018.
The justices have agreed to hear a trademark dispute with First Amendment overtones involving a dog toy’s bathroom humor and a distinctive whiskey bottle.
A Colorado graphic designer says she has a First Amendment right to refuse to create websites for same-sex weddings despite a state anti-discrimination law.