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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down Arizona's requirement that prospective voters provide proof of citizenship to register to vote. But some experts are concerned that the court may have inserted a few "poison pills" in its opinion that would damage voting rights protections down the road.
Calling for the Supreme Court to be more transparent is one of Washington's broken records.
The Supreme Court will be handing down some big decisions in June that affect everything from equal rights to whether you own your own genes. Here’s an overview of the decisions, with an easy-to-understand description and key web links.
Argentina’s Supreme Court blocked part of the judicial changes proposed by President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in a move that threatens to stall her ambitions to “democratize” the nation’s legal system.
The Supreme Court strikes down an Arizona law requiring people who register to vote to show proof of citizenship. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed with the Obama administration Monday in yet another of its confrontations with Arizona, striking down a state law on voter registrations and ruling that states may not require new applicants to show proof of their citizenship.
The Supreme Court will hear a housing discrimination case that raises an issue the Obama administration had tried to keep out of the court. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court reached out Monday to take up a politically volatile housing discrimination issue that the Obama administration had gone to great lengths to keep away from the court.
Judges will no longer be permitted to autonomously determine a fact in a criminal case if that fact increases a mandatory minimum punishment for the defendant, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, saying any such fact must be decided by a jury.
Uberlawyer David Bois said Tuesday a loss on Prop 8 in the Supreme Court this month won’t be the end of the fight he and Ted Olson are waging for marriage equality. “We will bring lawsuits in other states” to force the 38 that ban same-sex marriage to recognize them under the full faith and Read More
The Supreme Court announced on Monday it has struck down an Arizona law that required voters to provide documentary proof of citizenship before registering to vote. In Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council, seven justices agreed that the Arizona law oversteps the state's authority by essentially invalidating the federal voter registration form. The form, established by [...]
The US Supreme Court has struck down an Arizona requirement that state residents provide documentary proof of US citizenship before being allowed to register to vote, saying the provision violates federal law.
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