Plus: stereotypes within libertarianism, and Katherine compares the editors to Buffy the Vampire Slayer characters.
A 6–3 majority sees it as noncoercive and not a violation of the Establishment Clause.
Three Florida companies are suing in federal court for the right to discuss diversity and inclusion concepts in workplace trainings.
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Regulatory uncertainty is keeping the seaweed market from reaching its full potential.
A weird, messy protest reflects a weird, messy future.
SCOTUS Rejects 'Interest-Balancing' Tests That Treated the Second Amendment As a 'Constitutional Orphan'
The ruling against New York's carry permit policy is a rebuke to courts that routinely rubber-stamp gun restrictions.
The other justices declined to join him, but the future of the Supreme Court rulings on those matters remains unclear.
He also nixes the idea that states could "retroactively impose liability or punishment for an abortion that occurred before today's decision takes effect."
On streaming and the big screen, we're paying more for less, even as new ideas seem few and far between.
The Constitution protects many more rights than it mentions, as James Madison explained.
The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) is defending expression on campus and off as the ACLU becomes a progressive advocacy group.Watch More
Here Is a State-by-State Rundown of What Will Happen Now That SCOTUS Has Freed Lawmakers To Restrict Abortion
Most states are unlikely to enact bans, but 22 either have them already or probably will soon.
Plus: Abortion and free speech, Juul fights back, and more...
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Texas taxpayers might be stuck footing the hefty bill for Abbott's busing scheme.
The new rules would drop live hearings, bring back the single-investigator model, and limit accused students' options.
Two St. Paul, Minnesota, landlords claim that the city's restrictions on rent increases above 3 percent amounts to a taking of their property without due process or compensation.
“Properly interpreted, the Second Amendment allows a ‘variety’ of gun regulations,” Kavanaugh writes, invoking Antonin Scalia
A 6–3 ruling undermines attempts to hold police accountable for misconduct.