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Greg Stohr

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Washington, DC, United States

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  • Cashay
  • BQ Prime
  • Yahoo
  • Inside Scoop SF
  • Stamford Advocate
  • Businessweek.com

Recent articles by Greg:

Biden Student-Loan Plan Should Be Kept on Hold, GOP States Tell Supreme Court

Six Republican-led states urged the US Supreme Court to keep President Joe Biden’s student-loan relief plan on hold, saying Congress didn’t authorize him to unilaterally take a step with such sweeping economic and political ramifications. → Read More

Trump Tax Order Is Latest Rebuff by Supreme Court That He Remade

The US Supreme Court, which often backed Donald Trump as president, is giving him little deference now that he’s not. → Read More

Supreme Court Clears House Panel to Get Trump’s Tax Returns

The US Supreme Court cleared the way for a House committee to get six years of Donald Trump’s tax returns, dealing a major blow to the former president and giving Democrats a late but resounding triumph after a three-year battle. → Read More

US Supreme Court Allows Election Grand Jury Questioning of Lindsey Graham

The US Supreme Court cleared the way for Georgia prosecutors to question Senator Lindsey Graham before a grand jury, boosting an investigation into efforts by Donald Trump and his allies to undo the former president’s election loss there. → Read More

Chief Justice Temporarily Stops Release of Trump Tax Returns

Chief Justice John Roberts temporarily blocked a House committee from getting Donald Trump’s tax returns, issuing an interim order that gives the US Supreme Court more time to consider the former president’s bid for a lengthier delay. → Read More

Supreme Court Leaves Intact Ruling That Let US Require Masks on Planes, Trains

The US Supreme Court let stand a ruling that said the Transportation Security Administration could require airline passengers to wear masks during the height of the pandemic, keeping in place a precedent issued by a key federal appeals court. → Read More

Supreme Court Case on Warhol Images Evokes Laughs and a Copyright Debate

Designer and entrepreneur Melody Ehsani takes us on a journey from her early days working retail, to designing her first shoes and jewelry lines, to collaborating with Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jordan brand before taking on a bespoke role at Foot Locker. In this episode, we hear how she became a sponge for product design, figured out how to make accessible yet high-end jewelry, and how she even… → Read More

The Supreme Court Is About to Display Its Power Imbalance Again

The justices begin a new term on Oct. 3, and cases involving the Clean Water Act, LGBTQ protections, voting rights, and affirmative action could be as controversial as the last round. → Read More

Supreme Court Crimps Biden’s Climate Agenda With Limits on EPA

A deeply divided US Supreme Court dealt a major blow to President Joe Biden’s climate-change agenda, restricting the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to curb power-plant emissions and saying Congress would have to act to give the agency more authority. → Read More

US Supreme Court to Weigh Election-Law Overhaul in Voting-Map Case

The US Supreme Court agreed to use a North Carolina redistricting case to consider adopting a far-reaching legal doctrine that would shift more federal election power to the state legislatures that are now disproportionately controlled by Republicans. → Read More

Ketanji Brown Jackson to Be Sworn in Thursday as Newest Supreme Court Justice

Ketanji Brown Jackson will be sworn in Thursday as the first Black female justice on the US Supreme Court, succeeding the retiring Stephen Breyer as a transformational term comes to a close. → Read More

Supreme Court Overturns Roe, Transforming Abortion-Rights Fight

The US Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and wiped out the constitutional right to abortion, issuing a historic ruling likely to render the procedure largely illegal in half the country and further polarize a deeply divided nation. → Read More

Supreme Court Justices Clash Over Mass Shootings in Gun Ruling

A dissenting justice’s list of US mass shootings drew a pointed rebuttal from a colleague in the majority as the Supreme Court overturned a New York law that barred most people from carrying a handgun in public. → Read More

Supreme Court Opens Path to More Guns in Public in Big US Cities

A divided US Supreme Court struck down a New York law that limited who could carry a handgun in public, issuing a landmark ruling that could mean more guns on the streets of big cities even as officials vowed to try limit the impact. → Read More

What Overturning Roe v. Wade Means to Abortion Rights in U.S.

A bombshell report suggests the U.S. Supreme Court could be about to overturn Roe v. Wade, which protects the constitutional right to abortion. That’s according to a leaked draft majority opinion circulated inside the court, reported by Politico and confirmed by the court as authentic, though by no means final. The court has heard multiple cases in recent years from states trying to narrow the… → Read More

Title 42 and ‘Remain in Mexico' Fight Add Up to Immigration Woes for Biden

President Joe Biden faces political peril as a showdown at the Supreme Court on immigration coincides with widespread criticism of his plan to end pandemic-related border controls. → Read More

Thomas Poses With Senate Candidate Walker in Supreme Court Photo

Justice Clarence Thomas spent time at the U.S. Supreme Court this week with Republican U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker, posing for a photo tweeted out by the former football star’s campaign spokesperson. → Read More

Jackson Parries GOP Attacks, Inches Toward Joining Supreme Court

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson held her own against a barrage of Republican attacks centering on crime and race, inching closer to becoming the first Black woman on the Supreme Court in a marathon day of testimony before a Senate panel. → Read More

Five Ways Republicans Will Take On Supreme Court Nominee Jackson

Ketanji Brown Jackson’s toughest questioning during Senate hearings this week will be from Republicans seeking to score political points by implying the Supreme Court nominee is soft on crime while pledging to avoid a repeat of past contentious hearings. → Read More

Jackson Promises ‘Neutral Posture’ as Approach to Deciding Cases

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson told a divided Senate panel she was an independent thinker who decides cases “from a neutral posture,” as she began testifying at a hearing on her nomination to be the first Black woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. → Read More