All posts tagged "Supreme Court"
Supreme Court Won’t Block Subpoena Over Sex Ads
- Posted September 13, 2016
Website asks Supreme Court to block subpoena over sex ads
The website's CEO said its ad review system is protected under the 1st Amendment
- Posted September 6, 2016
Differences aside, Supreme Court unites Trump, Senate GOP
- Posted August 23, 2016
High Court Upholds Government’s Energy Conservation Program
WASHINGTON – In a win for the Obama administration and environmental groups, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld a 5-year-old federal program that pays large electric customers to save energy during times of peak demand. The justices...
- Posted January 25, 2016
Venezuela Congress Chief Vows Probe of Supreme Court
CARACAS, Venezuela — The head of Venezuela’s new opposition-led Congress says lawmakers will carry out an in-depth review of the Supreme Court, setting up a clash of powers in the bitterly divided country. National Assembly President Henry...
- Posted January 23, 2016
Senate President Ponders new Directions in Public Service
SAN JUAN – Word is going around that Senate President Eduardo Bhatia will be nominated by Gov. Alejandro García Padilla for president of the Puerto Rico Supreme Court, after its current president, Judge Liana Fiol Matta leaves...
- Posted January 22, 2016
Supreme Court Rules Against Business in Class-Action Case
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court says a business cannot end a class-action lawsuit by offering the person who first sued everything that was asked for. The 6-3 ruling on Wednesday comes in case of interest to business...
- Posted January 20, 2016
High Court could Give Obama his Final Chance on Immigration
WASHINGTON – After seven years, 2 million-plus deportations, two executive actions and 720,000 “Dreamers,” the bottom line on President Barack Obama’s immigration record still remains an open question for many immigrants and their advocates. In the end,...
- Posted January 20, 2016
Justices to Weigh Limits on Insider Trading Cases
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court signaled Tuesday that it could make insider trading cases harder to prosecute nationwide, dealing another blow to federal prosecutors. The justices said they would hear the appeal of an Illinois man who...
- Posted January 19, 2016
High Court Seems Ready to Scrap Mandatory Public Union Fees
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court appears ready to deliver a major setback to American unions as it considers scrapping a four-decade precedent that lets public-sector labor organizations collect fees from workers who decline to join. During more...
- Posted January 11, 2016