In a 12-3 ruling, a Florida District Court of Appeal ruled Tuesday that public universities may not prohibit college students from keeping guns in their cars when permitted by state law.
“God save the United States and this honorable court,” intoned the Supreme Court marshal yesterday to formally begin the Court’s oral arguments in a case arising from a New York town’s decade-old tradition of opening its town council meetings with a prayer.
The health exchange “glitch” that should really worry Democrats: Judge allows Obamacare challenge to continue
On Tuesday, a federal judge in Washington, D.C., ruled that a legal challenge to Obamacare’s health insurance subsidies may proceed, but denied the challengers’ request to block the subsidies before he makes his final ruling on the case next February.
President Barack Obama summed up the left’s current Obamacare talking points in a Rose Garden speech last week: “The Affordable Care Act is a law that passed the House, that passed the Senate, the Supreme Court ruled constitutional. It was a central issue in last year’s election. It is settled, and it is here to stay.”
In other words, “I won. Obamacare won. Get over it.” Yeah right.
The Supreme Court’s upcoming term will not feature the same blockbuster, hyper-political issues like same-sex marriage or the Voting Rights Act, but Americans should be aware of several important cases on the docket for oral arguments beginning in October. Here are three cases particularly likely to make news and have significant political implications.
“I believe that opportunity looks a lot like hard work,” actor Ashton Kutcher said during his acceptance speech at the 2013 Nickelodeon Teen Choice Awards Sunday night.
In response to the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Thursday a new legal tactic to combat voting laws he views as racially discriminatory. Texas, which has indicated that it plans to go ahead with its broadly popular voter ID law, will apparently be Holder’s first target.