Category: SCOTUS

USA Today: SCOTUS Vacancy Puts 2nd Amendment Front and Center
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USA Today: SCOTUS Vacancy Puts 2nd Amendment Front and Center

The Second Amendment is now front and center in the election according to a USA Today column focused on the vacancy Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death created on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). The column, written by Kevin Johnson, notes that President Trump was urging Americans to vote for him in order to save the…

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Justice Dept. to SCOTUS: We Can’t Give Work Permits to DACA Migrants
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Justice Dept. to SCOTUS: We Can’t Give Work Permits to DACA Migrants

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has quietly told the Supreme Court that it does not have the legal authority to issue work permits to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) migrants and has effectively invited the court to block the annual award of more than one million work permits to migrants. “If the [judges] make…

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SCOTUS to Rule on Illegal Alien Identity Theft Prosecution
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SCOTUS to Rule on Illegal Alien Identity Theft Prosecution

The United States Supreme Court is expected to rule this summer on a case it heard oral arguments on this week centered around an illegal alien who was prosecuted for identity theft for using a stolen Social Security number to obtain a job. The illegal alien’s attorney argued that Ramiro Garcia in the Kansas v.…

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