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Ariane de Vogue

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Recent articles by Ariane:

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Supreme Court will hear dispute over GOP legislators' defense of North Carolina voter ID law

The Supreme Court said Wednesday that it will hear a case brought by Republican legislators in North Carolina who are seeking to defend the state's strict voter ID law because they think the Democratic state attorney general is not adequately representing their interests. → Read More

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Opponents of Biden's vaccine mandate seek to ensure a majority of Republican-appointed judges hear case

Two challengers to the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for large employers are trying to ensure that their case is decided as quickly as possible by a majority of judges appointed by Republican presidents. → Read More

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Fate of Biden administration's vaccine mandate for employers now at conservative-leaning appeals court

The Biden administration's vaccine mandate targeting businesses with more than 100 employees is now before the conservative-leaning Ohio-based 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals, which could soon decide its fate. → Read More

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Liberals are buying their tickets in hopes of winning the vaccine mandate lawsuit lottery

It's not just Republican-led states and private businesses that are racing to court to challenge the Biden administration's new vaccine mandate. Labor unions are also filing legal challenges, arguing in some instances that the mandate doesn't go far enough to protect workers. → Read More

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New York tells SCOTUS to allow vaccine mandate for health care workers to remain on the books

New York Attorney General Letitia James urged the Supreme Court Wednesday to deny a request from a group of New York health care workers to block the state's vaccine mandate, arguing that the emergency rule requiring vaccinations for certain health care workers is necessary to combat the spread of the virus, which can lead to a "vicious cycle of staff shortages and deterioration of patient care." → Read More

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Justices struggle with religious rights of prisoners during executions

The Supreme Court struggled Tuesday with a Texas death row inmate's request to have his pastor "lay hands" on him and pray out loud during his eventual execution, with several justices questioning how the court can draw a line between an inmate's religious rights claims and a state's interest in security. → Read More

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Supreme Court seems poised to expand Second Amendment rights and strike down NY handgun law

The Supreme Court seemed ready to expand Second Amendment rights after hearing arguments for over two hours and expressing skepticism about a New York law that restricts individuals from carrying concealed handguns outside the home for self-defense. → Read More

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New York health workers ask Supreme Court to block state's vaccine mandate

Health care workers in New York have gone to the Supreme Court to challenge the state's Covid-19 vaccine mandate, arguing it violates their religious liberty rights. → Read More

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Supreme Court won't say if secretive surveillance court must disclose opinions

The Supreme Court declined on Monday to consider a request from the American Civil Liberties Union and other groups concerning whether a special court that reviews government requests for electronic surveillance for foreign intelligence purposes must disclose significant opinions that came after 9/11. → Read More

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Two conservative Supreme Court justices appear open to abortion providers being able to challenge Texas law

Two key conservative justices seemed open to arguments from abortion providers that they should be able to challenge a Texas abortion six-week ban in federal court as the Supreme Court grappled with the issue for nearly three hours on Monday. → Read More

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Supreme Court to review EPA's ability to regulate greenhouse gases and address climate crisis

The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a case from Republican-led states and coal producers challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate greenhouse gases and address the climate crisis. → Read More

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The two newest Supreme Court justices could rework the road map for the Second Amendment in courts

The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Wednesday in a case that could broaden gun rights nationwide and transform how the Second Amendment is interpreted in the United States. → Read More

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Supreme Court is flooded with briefs as arguments on Texas abortion law approach

The Supreme Court received a flood of legal briefs Wednesday concerning Texas' six-week abortion ban, which has rendered Roe v. Wade a dead letter in the country's second largest state, in advance of next week's oral arguments. → Read More

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Supreme Court justices may have met a vaccine mandate some of them don't like

A group of unvaccinated Maine health care workers are asking the Supreme Court to block a state rule that mandates certain health care facilities require their employees to be fully vaccinated, arguing that the requirement violates their religious liberty rights. → Read More

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Justice Sonia Sotomayor criticizes colleagues for allowing Texas abortion ban to remain in effect

Justice Sonia Sotomayor sent a strong reminder Friday that she is not a justice looking to carve out compromises with a conservative majority. → Read More

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Supreme Court lets Texas 6-week abortion ban stay in place and will hear oral arguments November 1

The Supreme Court allowed a Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks to remain in place for now, but it agreed to hear oral arguments on the law next month. → Read More

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Justice Clarence Thomas: the Supreme Court's influencer

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas took his seat on the far end of the bench in 1991 feeling -- he once said -- "beat up" by the workload. A bitter confirmation battle marked by allegations of sexual harassment by Anita Hill was over, but liberals still lamented the fact that a 43-year-old conservative would take the place of retired civil rights icon Justice Thurgood Marshall. → Read More

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Texas attorney general urges Supreme Court to allow controversial abortion law to remain in effect as challenges play out

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton urged the Supreme Court Thursday to allow Texas' controversial law that bars most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy to remain in effect while legal challenges play out. → Read More

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Supreme Court sides with police officers in two qualified immunity cases

In two unsigned opinions Monday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of police officers seeking qualified immunity from allegations of excessive force. → Read More

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Justice Department asks Supreme Court to block Texas' 6-week abortion ban

The Justice Department formally asked the Supreme Court Monday to step in and block a controversial Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while legal challenges play out. → Read More