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U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Part Of New York's Ban On Residential Evictions

Thursday, August 12, 2021

The court has agreed to partially lift a ban on evictions for renters in New York state, which was already scheduled to expire at the end of the month.

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The Supreme Court Injects Partisan Politics Into Independent Agencies

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Those affected so far may seem pretty boring, but agencies from the Securities and Exchange Commission to the Federal Reserve could be in the crosshairs.

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The Supreme Court's Term Appeared To Be Cautious. The Numbers Tell A Different Story

Friday, July 09, 2021

According to statistics compiled through NPR number crunching and the SCOTUSblog Stat Pack, the justices swerved to the right, even by the standards of the traditionally conservative Roberts court.

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The Supreme Court Will Hear A Case On The Funding Of Religious Schools

Friday, July 02, 2021

The court also turned away challenges to longstanding decisions on qualified immunity and defamation, prompting dissents from the court's conservatives.

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Supreme Court Hands Farmworkers Union A Major Loss

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

At issue in the case was a California law that allows union organizers to enter farms to speak to workers during nonworking hours for a set a number of days each year.

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Supreme Court Grants A Reprieve To Agency That Runs Fannie And Freddie

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

But the court agreed that the Federal Housing Finance Agency has a design flaw that violates the Constitution: The president must be able to remove the agency's director without cause.

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