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The eldest member of the Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer, is slated to retire at the end of the current term, which…

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On Monday, January 24, the IRS began accepting 2021 returns. The agency is facing a major…

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These two appeals raise questions as to Pennsylvania and Rhode Island statutes providing state aid to church-related elementary and secondary schools.
Findings from the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court indicate that the idea of adding justices would not create a balance in Constitutional interpretation.
Texas has made headlines with its S.B. 8 law, which restricts most abortions after six weeks. On Monday, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments on the merit of this fetal heartbeat bill.
In early December, the commission of thirty-four individuals that Biden directed to study the possibility of adding Justices to the Court returned report of their findings, and the group took "no position" when it came to adding more Justices to the Supreme Court.