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Recent articles by Richard:

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for non-surgical procedure

If Ginsburg were forced to leave the court, President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans would try to expand the court's conservative majority. → Read More

Supreme Court says Nevada can impose tighter virus limits on churches than casinos

The court, over four dissents, said limiting church gatherings to 50 people while allowing bars, restaurants and casinos 50% capacity is permissible. → Read More

Supreme Court temporarily blocks felons from voting in Florida

Voting rights groups told the Supreme Court that Florida's system amounts to a "poll tax" that violates the 24th Amendment to the Constitution. → Read More

Justice Ginsburg released from hospital after treatment for possible infection

Ginsburg's health has been a cause for worry among Democrats and liberals for years. She has had several medical issues during the Trump presidency. → Read More

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized with infection

Ginsburg's health has been the subject of conversation among court-watchers for years, and more so as President Trump's first term draws to a close. → Read More

Federal execution renews Supreme Court's divide over death penalty

Justice Sotomayor disputed the process by which courts weigh in while two other justices questioned whether the death penalty is constitutional. → Read More

Supreme Court upholds autonomy of religious employers in employment discrimination cases

In the dissenting opinion, Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor said the court's majority had adopted a "simplistic approach." → Read More

Supreme Court upholds law banning cellphone robocalls

Political groups wanted the original law declared unconstitutional, while the government wanted both the ban and the government-debt exception upheld. → Read More

Supreme Court makes religious school education eligible for public aid

The court did not require states to fund religious education, ruling only that programs cannot favor private secular schools over religious ones. → Read More

Supreme Court strikes down abortion clinic restrictions in Louisiana, a defeat for conservatives

More abortion cases are headed the high court's way as both sides focus on upholding or overruling the 1973 decision legalizing abortion nationwide. → Read More

Pandemic, politics make Trump administration's latest attack on health care law perilous

The administration's argument that Congress' elimination of the law's tax penalty renders the entire law unconstitutional is a long shot. → Read More

Supreme Court allows quick removal of asylum-seekers

The case represented a crucial test of the Trump administration's effort to speed removal of thousands of migrants without federal court hearings. → Read More

Supreme Court ruling upholds DACA program for young, undocumented immigrants

The program, created by President Barack Obama in 2012, allows nearly 700,000 immigrants to live and work in the U.S. without fear of deportation. → Read More

Supreme Court refuses to hear new challenge to gun restrictions

By refusing to take a new case so soon, the justices denied gun rights groups a chance to put state and local limits before the conservative court. → Read More

Supreme Court grants federal job protections to gay, lesbian, transgender workers

The rulings came in three cases involving two gay men and a transgender woman from Georgia, New York and Michigan. → Read More

Supreme Court won't consider limiting police immunity from civil lawsuits

The justices' decision not to hear any new cases follows the recent death of George Floyd, a Black man in Minneapolis, while in police custody. → Read More

As churches reopen, Supreme Court faces balancing act between physical and spiritual health

Churches are the latest protesters against coronavirus restrictions. Twenty-nine states don't prohibit religious gatherings, and 21 impose restrictions. → Read More

Supreme Court grills both sides in landmark battle over President Trump's financial records

The dramatic oral arguments may lead to landmark rulings on a president's immunity from investigation while in office and Congress' oversight powers. → Read More

Supreme Court confronts 'faithless electors' as 2020 presidential election looms

Must the men and women chosen on Election Day to vote for the winner of their state's popular vote stay loyal to the cause? Or can they go rogue? → Read More

Supreme Court divided over religious employers' right to fire workers

The dispute between religious schools and fired teachers is the third major case religious freedom case the high court is considering this year. → Read More