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When it comes to the impending reversal of Roe, I fear the country will want to believe it’s not going to be "that bad." But it's going to be that bad.
Sonia Sotomayor has staked out a position on the Court as defender of the people—people of color, especially—in her fiery dissents.
The fight for fundamental rights cannot be siloed. Black organizers understood that in 2011 but were ignored—this time, we must listen to them.
A Dallas attorney is suing Texas Right to Life to stop it from filing future lawsuits against her. It's an unusual move, but SB 8 is an unusual law.
Through SB 8, Texas has deputized anyone to be an Abortion Enforcer. And the chilling effect is real.
The more Justice Stephen Breyer lingers around on the Supreme Court, the more goodwill he'll burn. Why not go out on a high note?
Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health is based on a plan set in motion years ago by a Christian legal advocacy group that has ties to Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
McConnell is marching onward in his quest to fill the federal judiciary with judges who will stymy progressive legislation and green light conservative policy for a generation.
The Supreme Court decided this week to consider whether it will permit workplace discrimination against LGBTQ people. In doing so, the justices will have to wrestle with Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins, the landmark 1989 case about gender stereotyping in the workplace.
The due process and equal protection clauses in the Fifth and 14th Amendments apply to "persons." Not "citizens." Not "Americans." Not "people we like."