The lawyer for a deaf and legally blind woman seeking emotional-distress damages told the Supreme Court that such damages are often the only compensatory remedy for victims of intentional discrimination.
States that were once wary about nuclear power are now mulling policies to move forward with it as a way to decarbonize the electric grid, reach emissions-free energy goals, and preserve jobs in communities with aging and shuttering coal plants.
A Supreme Court case that will determine the fate of Roe v. Wade—the landmark ruling that legalized abortion nationwide—has intensified pressure to permanently nix a requirement to only give out pills ending early pregnancy in-person.
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