Executive Power: Supreme Court to hear DACA case next year
Executive Power: Supreme Court blocks census citizenship question for now, sends case back to lower court (President theoretically has the power, but administrative law allows inquiry into proffered motivation)
Executive Power: federal judge blocks the use of military funds to build border wall
One Person One Vote: Supreme Court rules courts have no role in partisan gerrymandering cases; these are political questions best left to the political process
5A Due Process: federal judge rules indefinite detention for asylum seekers is unconstitutional; they have a protected liberty interest in freedom from unnecessary incarceration
1A Religion: Supreme to hear challenge to use of tax-credit scholarships for religious schools
6A: sex offenders have right to jury trial before receiving extra jail time for violating release conditions, Supreme Court rules
Discrimination: “ACLU Sues Over Florida Law That Requires Felons To Pay Fees, Fines Before Voting”
Shame! Nike yanks Betsy Ross shoe after Colin Kaepernick finds it offensive as reminder of slavery (what does that have to do with your rights today, Colin? NOTHING.)
Kudos! RV dealer keeps big U.S. flag flying despite $50/day fine - veterans weep at the bottom of the flagpole, dealer would rather go to jail than take it down
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