India's Supreme Court has slowly been turning the tide for the LGBTQ+ community.
India’s march toward LGBTQ+ equality has been, well, more of a trudge, to be honest. It took until 2018 for a court to decriminalize sex between men, and though same-sex marriage is still illegal, a challenge to this is working its way through the court system. (In fairness, it’
The US Supreme Court ruled on Thursday to limit the ability of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate carbon emissions coming from power plants. The decision is a severe blow to the agency’s ability to grapple with climate change, and it makes it significantly more difficult for the
The subject of abortion is a controversial one to say the least. Since the original case in 1973, the debate hasn’t really shifted, with both sides very much entrenched in their positions. Wasn’t abortion already ruled on by the court in Roe v. Wade? * Largely, yes. Roe v.
The case involved two somewhat obscure laws: the “non-LPR cancellation of removal” clause of the Immigration & Nationality Act (INA) and the so-called “stop-time” rule. * On April 29, the United States Supreme Court sided with an undocumented Guatemalan immigrant who was looking to avoid his removal from the country. * The petitioner
Expanding the Supreme Court (or “court-packing” as it is sometimes called) has been floated as a possible means of rebalancing the Court following the confirmation of three conservative Justices during Trump’s single term. On Thursday, April 15, Democratic members of Congress introduced a bill that would expand the United
Since a Supreme Court nomination only requires a simple majority vote and Democrats now control the Senate, Garland’s confirmation as attorney general is all but assured. Nearly five years ago, Merrick Garland had one of the most significant experiences any person in the field of law will ever have: