Supreme Court justices drew bright lines on Thursday around EPA authority to regulate one of the biggest sources of climate-warming emissions in the U.S., a move legal experts say will reverberate deeply in climate policy and environmental regulation more broadly.
A conservative lawyer who defended Kentucky’s abortion restrictions is a potential judicial pick by President Joe Biden, a scenario that stunned progressives reeling from the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn its Roe v. Wade precedent.
The US Supreme Court agreed to use a North Carolina redistricting case to consider adopting a far-reaching legal doctrine that would shift more federal election power to the state legislatures that are now disproportionately controlled by Republicans.
The Biden administration says it’s taking steps to increase access to medication abortion in response to the Supreme Court decision to reverse Roe v. Wade, but some of the administration’s own policies stand in the way of people trying to get the drug.
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