When Cities Try to Limit Guns, State Laws Bar the Way
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?Our officers need help, they need help with gun control,? Philadelphia?s mayor said after six police officers were wounded by gunfire. But in most states, the issue is not up to urban leaders.
Boise asks US Supreme Court to review public camping ruling
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The city of Boise, Idaho, is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision rejecting the city's ban on people sleeping in public places. The city filed documents Thursday...
Equal Time with Martha Burk on Reproductive Rights with a More Conservative US Supreme Court
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With the landmark Roe Versus Wade decision a possible casualty of a more conservative U-S Supreme Court, KSFR correspondent Martha Burk interviews the
U.S. Supreme Court judge to give lecture at Rhodes College
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United States Supreme Court judge Stephen Breyer will deliver the annual Constitution Day lecture at Rhodes College on Oct. 3.
Serial killer’s execution awaits appeals ruling from U.S. Supreme Court
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STARKE — The scheduled execution of a Florida serial killer who targeted older gay men awaited a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court on his final appeals.
U.S. Supreme Court wants state AG to respond to Michelle Carter of Plainville's petition
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PLAINVILLE ? The U.S. Supreme Court wants the state Attorney General?s office to respond to Michelle Carter?s petition asking the high court to review her manslaughter conviction.
Bans on Rogue Presidential Electors Heading to Supreme Court (1)
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Controversy over laws prohibiting members of the Electoral College from voting their conscience rather than the presidential candidate who won their state appears headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Federal court denies Legislature's request to recover costs in gerrymandering case
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"We conclude that justice is best served by leaving each to bear their own costs," the judges wrote.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to speak at University of Chicago Sept. 9
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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to speak at University of Chicago Sept. 9
Opinion | The Supreme Court’s Second Amendment Appetite
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The sound of gunshots is still ringing in the country’s ears. Do the justices hear it too?
The US Supreme Court is faced with the podcast-popular case of Adnan Syed
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Adnan Syed's conviction for murder has been the subject of a podcast and a documentary, as well as numerous appeals. Now, his attorneys are asking SCOTUS to consider the matter.
Dem senator hit with bar complaint for ?openly threatening? Supreme Court
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Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch has accused
City of Boise officially asks U.S. Supreme Court to hear homeless lawsuit
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The city of Boise on Thursday has filed a petition with the U. S. Supreme Court to reviews the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal's ruling on the ongoing homeless camping lawsuit. In April, the 9th Circuit denied the city of Boise's request to have a rehearing after the court ruled against it last fall, saying the city's policy about homeless people was unconstitutional.
Gay pride shirt case going before KY Supreme court
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A T-shirt shop refused to make the shirts due to the owner's religions beliefs.
Zavala-Garcia accepts plea deal in Kayla Gomez-Orozco murder case, sentenced to life without parole
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The man charged in the death of a 10-year-old girl in Smith County has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Pro-lifers divided over bill to ban most abortions in Tennessee
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A split has emerged between pro-life activists in Tennessee as some are opposing a bill that would effectively ban all abortions in the state because such a law could be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court before the nation’s high court is ready to overturn abortion rights. 
AG Jeff Landry warns of havoc in Louisiana, Oregon if split juries law deemed unconstitutional
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Outlawing split jury verdicts would go against the U.S. Supreme Court?s previous guidance and would create havoc in Louisiana and Oregon, the only two states that have allowed such verdicts,
Differences between Trump, Obama administrations at heart of Supreme Court cases - The Washington Post
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Two of the court’s most important upcoming cases involve changing government’s view of the law.
Trump's DOJ urges Supreme Court to rule against transgender woman in Garden City
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President Donald Trump's administration is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that it is legal for employers to fire transgender employees in a case...