The decision was a surprise from a court whose conservative majority had signaled it was suspicious prioritizing race over traditional redistricting techniques.
Author: Robert Barnes
Supreme Court will hear attempt to trademark ‘Trump Too Small’
A California attorney wants to trademark the phrase “Trump Too Small” for use on t-shirts that mock Donald Trump and echo taunts from the 2016 Republican primary.
Court rules for firm that sued striking workers over wasted concrete
Justice Amy Coney Barrett said the actions of striking truck drivers at Glacier Northwest concrete company weren’t protected by the National Labor Relations Act.
Supreme Court rules for woman who says county took too much for tax debt
A Minnesota woman said Hennepin County unfairly pocketed the profit when it seized and sold her condominium for more than she owed in taxes.
Roberts says Supreme Court will address ethics issues
The chief justice said he was “confident” that the Supreme Court will convince the public that the court “adheres to the highest standards of conduct.”
Supreme Court rules against Warhol Foundation in Prince photo copyright case
The Supreme Court sided with a photographer who said the late Andy Warhol should have honored her copyright on a photo when creating an iconic image of Prince.
Supreme Court rules for Google, Twitter in closely watched cases
Ina pair of liability cases, the justices said families of terrorism victims had not shown the companies “aided and abetted” attacks on their loved ones.
Supreme Court leaves in place Illinois restrictions on military-style weapons
The Supreme Court turned down a request to put on hold laws banning AR-15-style weapons and large ammunition magazines.
Supreme Court to consider South Carolina plan that ‘exiled’ Black voters
South Carolina is attempting to reinstate a Republican congressional redistricting plan that a lower court rejected as a “stark racial gerrymander.”
Tracking Supreme Court decisions in major cases
The Post is following key cases that the Supreme Court will decide on 2023. Here are the major decisions the court is expected to rule on and why they matter.