If life begins at conception, there are virtually no limits on government surveillance of women in a post-Roe world.
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 conservative majority's commitments on contraception, sexual intimacy, and same-sex marriage
The other justices declined to join him, but the future of the Supreme Court rulings on those matters remains unclear.
This makes it likely, though not certain, that the Supreme Court will strike down such laws if states enact them.
American U. Law Students Investigated for "Harassment" for Insulting Comments About Abortion in Group Chat
The complaining student alleged the students' remarks were "harassing and threatening" him because of his conservative "political affiliation" and his "religious beliefs."
He also nixes the idea that states could "retroactively impose liability or punishment for an abortion that occurred before today's decision takes effect."
The Constitution protects many more rights than it mentions, as James Madison explained.
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...
Former SG Paul Clement on Leaving Kirkland & Ellis After It Decided to Withdraw from Second Amendment Cases
"We could not abandon ongoing representations just because a client's position is unpopular in some circles."
The new rules would drop live hearings, bring back the single-investigator model, and limit accused students' options.
Justice Breyer and others argue that gun regulations deserve special judicial deference because Second Amendment rights create risks to life. But the same is true of many other constitutional rights.
The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) is defending expression on campus and off as the ACLU becomes a progressive advocacy group.
“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.
The Biden administration just proposed new rules that would undermine basic fairness in college sexual misconduct disputes.
In Landmark 2nd Amendment Ruling, SCOTUS Affirms Right 'To Carry a Handgun for Self-Defense Outside the Home'
“Nothing in the Second Amendment’s text draws a home/public distinction with respect to the right to keep and bear arms,” says New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen.
Plus: Employers sue over Florida's Stop WOKE Act, how inflation erodes financial privacy, and more...
The Supreme Court justice is wrong when he says abortion rights aren't deeply rooted in American history.
Federal Jury Awards $59,000 in Takings Compensation to Property Owner Whose House was Severely Damaged by SWAT Team Pursuing a Suspect
The ruling authorizing the award is at odds with other federal court decisions holding that law-enforcement exercises of the "police power" are exempt from takings liability.
The Bipartisan Senate Gun Control Bill Would Unjustly Deprive Americans of Their Second Amendment Rights
The legislation prohibits firearm sales based on juvenile records and subsidizes state laws that suspend gun rights without due process.
World journalists have been quicker than Americans to see danger in prosecuting the Wikileaks founder.
A federal badge will now serve as an impenetrable shield against civil liability.
U.S. officials want to reset relations with Saudi Arabia and Israel amid rising gas prices and new security challenges
Plus: Americans' changing opinions of January 6 riots, Texas craft brewer can "party on," and more...
Despite its opposition to gun rights for individuals, the ACLU's drift away from its core mission resembles the NRA's recent trajectory.
In Negotiations Over the 'Boyfriend Loophole,' Republicans Show More Concern for Due Process Than Democrats
Senators are mulling legislation that would expand the categories of people who are disqualified from owning guns.
You’d think drag brunches are why we’re paying $6 a gallon for gas.
A kid roaming the streets on his own is like an endangered species: once common, now rare, and worth trying to bring back.
When a judge hearing a protection order petition thinks the defendant is engaged in "harassment," which can include two or more statements the judge thinks is libelous, the judge can effectively criminalize future libels of the plaintiff by the defendant.