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An abortion rights advocate shows a box of mifepristone outside the Supreme Court on March 26. Shuran Huang/The Washington Post/Getty Images

Supreme Court ruling allows abortion pill to remain widely available

Tierney Sneed and John Fritze, CNN June 13, 2024

CNN — The Supreme Court justices suggested that abortion opponents had other ways to seek stricter rules for abortion drugs in the court’s unanimous ruling that rejected a group of anti-abortion organizations...

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OPINION: SCOTUS shutdown of Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan shows Supreme Court does not prioritize education

Virginia Doherty, Opinion Writer August 14, 2023

The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan is often framed as a question of presidential powers and what a president’s authority truly entails. Throughout...

Supreme Court limits LGBTQ protections with ruling in favor of Christian web designer

Ariane de Vogue and Devan Cole, CNN June 30, 2023

CNN -- The Supreme Court Friday ruled in favor of a Christian web designer in Colorado who refuses to create websites to celebrate same-sex weddings out of religious objections. The 6-3 decision was...

Supreme Court blocks Biden’s student loan forgiveness program

Ariane de Vogue and Tierney Sneed, CNN June 30, 2023

CNN -- In a stinging defeat for President Joe Biden, the Supreme Court blocked the administration’s student loan forgiveness plan Friday, rejecting a program aimed at delivering...

Judge temporarily blocks Ohio law banning most abortions

Julie Carr Smyth, Associated Press September 14, 2022

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A judge temporarily blocked Ohio’s ban on virtually all abortions Wednesday, again pausing a law that took effect after federal abortion protections were overturned by the U.S....

Mississippi Rebels and Xavier Musketeers players run by the NCAA logo at mid-court.

Supreme Court rules against NCAA, opening door to significant increase in compensation for student athletes

(CNN) -- A unanimous Supreme Court said on Monday that student athletes could receive education-related payments, in a case that could reshape college sports by allowing more money from a billion-dollar...

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