MSNBC's Pete Williams reviews two SCOTUS decisions, one weakening the Voting Rights Act (again), and one tossing out a donor disclosure law in California.
SCOTUS says the Republican states have no standing to challenge Obamacare. We're done here, they didn't say.
The investigation could result in a consent decree.
Catholic Social Services lost its contract with the City of Philadelphia because it denied same-sex couples the right to foster children. CSS sued. SCOTUS will hear the case.
The City of Philadelphia ended its contract with a Catholic org who denied LGBTQ couples foster children. SCOTUS will hear the case next term, which begins in October.
The So-Called Attorney General is doing the corrupt dirty work he was hired by Trump to do.
Based on a NYC law about transporting guns that no longer is on the books, the high court began hearing the case that was brought anyway.
THAT'S how much gun nuts need to carry their guns around everywhere they go. 'MURICA!
Judge Jackson ruled "absolute immunity" is not a thing, and McGahn must answer the subpoena issued by House Democrats.
Don McGahn must comply with the House subpoena, but can invoke executive privilege if needed
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