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It happened, as the Constitution would have it, at the Supreme Court of the United States.
The rare move comes as the Supreme Court continues to operate without a ninth member.
The state's Republican Party is making tweaks to early voting, and the justices will know all about it.
They said they're very busy defending an anti-trans bathroom law in another state.
In a short June 23 order, the Supreme Court dashed the hopes of millions that the justices would overturn the injunction blocking implementation of Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) and expansion of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
The essential fact in this Texas abortion case is this: that the purpose of the law was transparently to prevent women from exercising a right that the Supreme Court has declared that the Constitution grants them.
Selection of an all-white jury in a Georgia capital case was "motivated in substantial part" by race.
The U.S. says that the decision bears "no relation" to the future of the nuclear agreement with the Islamic republic.
Interesting (or eerily) Chief Justice Roberts spoke these words 10 days before Scalia's death -- he couldn't have predicted how aptly he would describe Republican senators' refusal to consider Merrick Garland under the current political moment.