Lisa McElroy

Drexel University

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Associate professor of law at Drexel University

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Today in the case Jennings v.

Should immigrants facing deportation be able to post bail?

Today in the case Jennings v.

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The Supreme Court has been short a justice since Antonin Scalia died in February.

Can the Supreme Court work indefinitely without nine justices?

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The Supreme Court handed down a  decision  that could limit states’ rights to regulate abortion for years to come.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Restriction Laws

The Supreme Court handed down a decision that could limit states’ rights to regulate abortion for years to come.

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