Supreme Court Rules Religious Schools Free to Hire Who They Want (Constitution news round-up)
1A: Supreme Court rules government cannot interfere with teacher hiring decisions in religious schools
Electoral College: Supreme Court shoots down ‘faithless electors’, rules states can force electors to follow popular vote (this will cut both ways)
14A Fundamental Rights: Supreme Court breathes new life into Indiana abortion ultrasound law, paving the way for arguments on constitutionality
1A: Supreme Court turns away challenges to state speech curbs around abortion clinics
1A: Judicial Watch sues D.C. over Black Lives Matter street mural; if the streets are now a public forum, all viewpoints must be allowed
Free Expression: “Letter signed by J.K. Rowling, Noam Chomsky warning of stifled free speech draws mixed reviews”
Free Expression: Multiple leftist groups gang up to try to get Young Conservatives booted from Texas campus
Free Expression: Multiple leftist groups gang up to demand UPitt fire any employee they say is racist
Free Expression: Harvard prof in the cross-hairs for research on police shootings
2A: GOP lawmakers ask Justice Department to defend St. Louis couple whose guns were confiscated after defending their home against protesters
State Constitutions: Virginia judge rules 18-to-20-year-olds have a right to buy handguns
14A: shackling the defendant in front of the jury undermines the presumption of innocence (6th Circuit)
Discrimination: California court allows challenge to state corporate board gender quotas to go forward
Dormant Commerce Clause - California’s ban on foie gras comes tumbling down
Economic Freedom - new Florida law repeals or relaxes occupational license restrictions for 30 trades including hair braiders and interior designers (momentous; there has never been such a wholesale retraction)
Survey: liberals want to rewrite Constitution to impose race quotas to control the history you are taught, the art you are allowed to see, etc. Give Me Diversity or Give Me Death!
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