The Supreme Court announced Monday it would review a second challenge to President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.
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Group challenges IRS requirement to disclose nonprofit donors’ personal info
The Internal Revenue Service’s rule requiring nonprofit groups to disclose their donors is facing a legal challenge following the Supreme Court’s ruling last year that a state law requiring charities to identify their donors ran afoul of the First Amen…
Supreme Court to hear challenge to Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan in February
The Supreme Court announced Thursday it will hear a legal challenge to President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan early next year.
RNC ramps up court action on voting laws after being shut out of litigation by Dems for 40 years
The Republican National Committee has been unleashed from a decades-old prohibition against participating in election law litigation, and it is now vigorously joining court action across the country to defend new voting laws in GOP-run states.
Term of engagement? Justices grapple with race, identity disputes
The Supreme Court has heard arguments for only 10 days so far in its 2022 term, but it already has considered at least four legal battles over racial discrimination — suggesting the justices are grappling with issues about identity and culture like th…
Justice Alito denies leaking results of 2014 Hobby Lobby ruling, report
Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. denied Saturday a New York Times report alleging he leaked the results of the 2014 Hobby Lobby ruling, where the court said the feds couldn’t mandate corporations cover contraception under the Affordable Care Act.
Dems’ control of Senate greenlights Biden judicial nominees
The Democrats’ maintaining control over the Senate guarantees President Biden more opportunities to appoint judges, giving the federal bench a more liberal bent.
Judge shuts down Michael Cohen’s free speech lawsuit against Trump
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen alleging that the former president and other officials locked him in solitary confinement to keep him from promoting his book that criticizes Donald Trump.
Supreme Court allows House Jan. 6 committee to obtain Kelli Ward’s phone records
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to halt the House Jan. 6 committee from reviewing phone records for Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward.
Trump sues Jan. 6 committee, alleges violation of Constitutional rights over subpoena
President Trump sued the House’s Jan. 6 committee, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the panel’s nine members on Friday, alleging their subpoena requiring him to answer lawmakers’ questions about the attack on the U.S. Capitol runs afoul of the separation…