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US Supreme Court Preserves Trump’s Eligibility to Run for a Second Presidential Term

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Ridgewood NJ, in a landmark decision, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that Colorado lacks the authority to disqualify former President Trump from the ballot under the 14th Amendment’s insurrection ban. This historic ruling preserves Trump’s eligibility to run for a second presidential term.

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College Tuition Costs have more than Tripled after Adjusting for Inflation Since 1980

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Ridgewood NJ, the US Supreme Court struck down President Biden’s student debt forgiveness plan, with the court’s six conservatives ruling the administration did not have the power to forgive loans.

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US Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Federal SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Mandates

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Washington DC, the US Supreme Court on January 7 heard nearly 4 hours of oral arguments in 2 sets of cases involving federal SARS-CoV-2 vaccine requirements. At issue are 2 federal regulations: the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) that requires all workers at firms with 100 or more employees either get vaccinated or be tested weekly and wear a mask to work (National Federation of Independent Business v. Department of Labor, No. 21A244) and a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regulation issued by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) requiring vaccination for nearly all workers at hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical facilities that receive federal funds through Medicare and Medicaid (Biden v. Missouri, No. 21A240). Both cases came to the court last month on an emergency basis, and the justices elected to fast-track the cases for oral arguments to determine whether the Biden administration can continue enforcement of the rules while litigation continues.

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US Supreme Court Arizona Ruling Eliminates Dead People, Non Citizens, Non Residents and People Voting more than once from Voting

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Washington DC, The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Arizona’s voting rights case, deciding neither of provisions of the state’s voting law violates the section of the federal Voting Rights Act that deals with race.

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Secession Talk Starts in Texas

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Austin Tx, just days after the US Supreme Court declined to hear a Texas lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of election results in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin , software giant Oracle announced it is is moving its corporate center from Redwood City, California, in Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas. Hewlett Packard Enterprise also said earlier this month it is moving its headquarters to Houston from San Jose, California. Earlier this fall, real estate giant CBRE officially shifted its HQ from Los Angeles to Dallas.

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US Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Texas Lawsuit Against Swing States

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Washington DC, U.S. Supreme Court will hear Texas’ lawsuit against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin over potential voter fraud. The case was added to the Supreme Court docket today.

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Texas Attorney General Paxton files Suit Against Four States: Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

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Washington DC, Texas is asking the Supreme Court to order the states to allow their legislatures to appoint their electors. The lawsuit says:
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US Supreme Court Blocks New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Coronavirus Limits

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Washington DC, The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday night blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo from reimposing strict attendance caps at worship services in areas hit hard by the novel coronavirus.

The court ruled 5-4 to bar Cuomo from enforcing his Oct. 6 “Cluster Initiative” against houses of worship that sued to challenge the restrictions.

Cuomo’s initiative had created color-coded limits on mass gatherings and business operations, in an effort to stem the outbreak in New York City areas that were experiencing a surge in cases, according to Bloomberg News.

 

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Bush v. Gore : It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

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Ridgewood NJ, Bush v. Gore, case in which, on December 12, 2000, the Supreme Court of the United States reversed a Florida Supreme Court request for a selective manual recount of that state’s U.S. presidential election ballots. The 5–4 decision effectively awarded Florida’s 25 votes in the electoral college—and thus the election itself—to Republican candidate George W. Bush.

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US Supreme Court Justice Alito Orders Pennsylvania to segregate and secure “ballots received by mail after 8:00 p.m. on November 3”

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Washington DC, Justice Alito Orders Pennsylvania to segregate and secure “ballots received by mail after 8:00 p.m. on November 3rd.

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US Supreme Court challenge against Governor Murphy’s “Vote by Mail”

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Linwood NJ, former Senate Candidate Hirsh Singh  announces US Supreme Court  challenge against Governor Murphy’s “Vote by Mail ‘.

Singh says, “We are officially docketed in the US Supreme Court against Phil Murphy for violating Article 1, Section 4 of the US Constitution and forcing an illegal unconstitutional Vote-By-Mail election onto New Jersey that has destroyed our election integrity and has been replicated across the country to undermine President Donald J. Trump . We have also directly challenged the use of the US Postal Service for Vote-By-Mail since it directly violates the Freedom of Information Act without any commensurate Federal Law to provide mandatory federal transparency.”

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President Trump officially nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court

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Washington DC, President Trump officially nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court  .The president revealed his choice at a Rose Garden ceremony on Saturday. Now the focus shifts to a looming confirmation fight that is expected to conclude with Barrett becoming the youngest member of a 6-3 conservative majority court.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to Go Forward filling the US Supreme Court vacancy created by Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death

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Washington DC, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) vowed on Friday night that Republicans will move to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.

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BREAKING : US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies

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Washington DC, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the liberal leader of the Supreme Court died on Friday. She was 87 years old. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on June 14, 1993 and has served since August 10, 1993.

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US Supreme Court Hands the Trump Administration its Second Major Victory This Week

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Washington DC, for the second time in a week the US Supreme court gave the Trump administration a major win . First on Tuesday the Supreme Court upheld President Trump’s travel ban affecting several mostly Muslim countries, offering an endorsement of the president’s executive authority on immigration in one of the hardest-fought battles of this term.

The 5-4 ruling marks the first major high court decision on a Trump administration policy and it upholds the selective travel restrictions.

Today in perhaps a more significant issue for New Jersey Taxpayers and in a major legal and political defeat for municipal and state unions, the Supreme Court ruled once again 5-4 that state government workers cannot be forced to pay so-called “fair share” fees to support collective bargaining and other union activities.

Unions claim 5 million government employees in 24 states including New Jersey and the District of Columbia will be affected by this ruling.

The so called “Janus decision” is seen as a victory for Free Speech advocates . Teachers and other public sector members will now have freedom to choose to voluntarily join a union if they decide it will serve their interests, rather than endure compulsory fees to unions that put their own agenda first. Public sector unions will no longer be able to force non-members to pay bloated “agency fees” as a condition of employment.