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This month, the US Supreme court was scheduled to hear the  appeal of a lower court decision  allowing transgender people to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender…

Transgender bathroom case takes a step backward

This month, the US Supreme court was scheduled to hear the appeal of a lower court decision allowing transgender people to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender…

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In splashy prime-time fashion  President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch , a federal appellate court judge from Colorado to the US Supreme Court yesterday, fulfilling a campaign promise…

The brewing battle over Number 9

In splashy prime-time fashion President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch , a federal appellate court judge from Colorado to the US Supreme Court yesterday, fulfilling a campaign promise…

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The Supreme Court is back in session and two cases involving racial bias in criminal cases are on the docket.

Supreme Court considers racial bias in two criminal cases

The Supreme Court is back in session and two cases involving racial bias in criminal cases are on the docket.

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