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Spakovsky and Phillips: The federal court's bizarre ruling stops Indiana's efforts to cleanse the electoral roll

With presidential elections in 2020, less than a year away, American voters' registers are unfortunately no longer in shape. However, well-funded liberal organizations work to ensure that states do not clean their rolls. Her last victim is Indiana. A federal district court has temporarily suspended the state's efforts to compare its electoral rolls with those of other states in order …

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John Paul Stevens died; Retired Supreme Court Justice, who led the court's liberal wing, dies at the age of 99; Cause of death complications from stroke

Supreme Court Judge Retired John Paul Stevens who was appointed as a moderate but later as a leading liberal voice by President Gerald Ford in 1975, has died, the Supreme Court said Tuesday. He was 99. The cause of death were complications of a stroke he had suffered on Monday, the Supreme Court said. His daughters stood by his side …

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John Paul Stevens died; Retired Supreme Court Justice, who led the court's liberal wing, dies at the age of 99; Cause of death complications from stroke

The retired Judge of the Supreme Court, John Paul Stevens, who was appointed by President Gerald Ford in 1975 as a moderate but later as a leading liberal vote, has died, the Supreme Court said Tuesday. He was 99. The cause of death were complications of a stroke he had suffered on Monday, the Supreme Court said. His daughters stood …

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Live Updates: It's the last day of the Supreme Court's term

In Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek the court is considering going too far in a series of cases from the north to obtain partisan profits from Carolina and Maryland could fundamentally influence the balance of power in legislators and in Congress. Similar cases from Ohio and Michigan were shelved until the Supreme Court ruled. Although the court …

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The Circuit Court's nomination resulted in racially insensitive writing

Several sources told CNN that Scott had made it clear during lunch in the Senate on Thursday that he could not vote for Bounds and the Republican Senator from Florida. Marco Rubio repeated the concerns. The concerns centered around the contents of his writings at Stanford and the fact that Bounds did not pass on the writings to a nonpartisan …

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The Supreme Court's struggle could revive John Cox's pro-life bias

Republican businessman John Cox hopes to win an angry victory in the race for the California governor by avoiding any mention of social problems – but his earlier extreme views on abortion, which are characterized by personal experiences, could complicate matters. As the looming controversy over President Trump's colonel candidate heats up, the battle for high stakes is likely to …

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Why many religious groups are silent about the Supreme Court's ruling on Trump's travel ban

People protest against the travel ban on Tuesday before the Supreme Court. Many rights and interest groups focusing on religious freedom said nothing on Tuesday. (Almond Ngan / AFP / Getty Images) Three weeks ago, many supporters of religious freedom celebrated the Supreme Court's ruling that a Colorado baker should not create a gay wedding cake, as the baker's faith …

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