In the next days or weeks, the Supreme Court of the United States is expected to release its decision on abortion rights, which could have a big impact on laws here in Tennessee.
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Consumers who are tricked into paying these junk fees have had little legal recourse because they signed the paperwork.
- Business Insider
Universal Music employee says they were fired after emailing colleagues the day Roe v. Wade was overturned to criticize the company's donations to anti-abortion lawmakers
Michael Lopez said they got a "surprise Zoom video chat with HR" soon after sending the email. Universal disputes Lopez's version of events.
- Associated Press
The fight between Texas and New Mexico over the management of one of the longest rivers in North America could be nearing an end as a date to resume the trial has been put off pending negotiations aimed at settling the years-long case before the U.S. Supreme Court. New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas announced Tuesday that a special master appointed by the court cleared the way for ongoing negotiations and set a date in July for a status update. The Supreme Court would have to approve any agreement reached by the states.
Adam Kinzinger and his family are getting so many death threats over his Trump criticism that his office put together a 3-minute audio clip
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger and his family are receiving threats over his involvement on the House committee investigating the Capitol riot.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says he'll be 'happy' to leave office after July 4 shooting: 'I'm waiting for something bad to happen all the time'
"I'll be happy when I'm not mayor and I can enjoy some stuff," Kinney said after two police officers were shot on Monday night.
- The Hill
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) shared a compilation of around a dozen vulgar and threatening calls to his congressional office to highlight an increase in threats of violence in politics. “Threats of violence over politics has increased heavily in the last few years. But the darkness has reached new lows,” Kinzinger said in a tweet accompanying the…
- The El Paso Times
UMC should not be allowed to further indebt us
Switzerland has given a cool response to calls from Ukraine's prime minister to use frozen assets of ultra-wealthy Russians to help fund his country's $750 billion reconstruction project. Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmygal told a conference in Lugano that $300-500 billion of Russian assets had been frozen by the United States, European Union and Britain, money he said could help rebuild wrecked schools, hospitals and homes. "We propose to find (a) formula to create national and international legislation for (creating the) possibility of confiscation of frozen assets in case of unprovoked aggression," Shmygal said, referring to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
January 6 Panel Sets Date For Next Hearing; Latest On WH Counsel Pat Cipollone’s Potential Deposition – Update
UPDATED with next hearing date and more: The Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol said today that its next televised hearing will be Tuesday, July 12, starting at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT. NEXT HEARING: Tuesday, July 12th at 10:00am ET — January 6th Committee (@January6thCmte) July 5, […]
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Editorial: Conservatives no more: Supreme Court’s ruling on EPA’s right to regulate greenhouse gases is a capper on a radical term
First, a “textualist” Supreme Court majority ignored the Second Amendment clause attaching gun rights to “a well regulated Militia.” Cherry-picking history to claim that carrying a weapon has always been protected, the “conservatives” killed a century-old New York statute regulating the concealed carry of firearms and elevated a newly contrived individual right to self-defense that appears ...
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'Fed up' Debra Messing says she got Biden elected during White House call about abortion rights: Report
Actress and activist Debra Messing reportedly unloads about White House's response to abortion rights in frustrated call with aides.
- The Hill
Pennsylvania Republican Senate nominee Mehmet Oz on Tuesday called on Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney (D) to resign after he said he was looking forward to not being mayor given recent gun violence. “I’m waiting for something bad to happen all the time,” Kenney said Monday night at a press conference following a July 4 shooting…
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A consensus has grown over decades that Roe v. Wade lacked constitutional legitimacy. Where is the left's remorse?
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
If the court's conservatives adopt the independent state legislature theory, they would be making up law to create an outcome of one-party rule.
- Business Insider
From Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to Sen. Tommy Tuberville, meet the Republican lawmakers heavily invested in companies that will pay for employees to get out-of-state abortions
Some anti-abortion groups are calling on Republican members of Congress to divest of their stock in companies that support abortion rights.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Authorities on Sunday released the shocking body camera footage from eight police officers shooting a Black man up to 60 times.
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Katy Perry, Bette Midler and Jessica Chastain lead online Independence Day protests: 'July 4th canceled'
Katy Perry, Bette Midler and Jessica Chastain protested against Independence Day and claimed women's rights were stripped after Supreme Court decision.
- Kitsap Sun
No word from the school district on when Joe Kennedy will resume coaching.
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Oklahoma spent millions on a legal and PR campaign to paint reservations as 'lawless dystopias' and persuade the Supreme Court to weaken tribal sovereignty, experts say
Justice Neil Gorsuch and Native law experts said Oklahoma's plan worked after the recent Supreme Court decision rolled back tribal sovereignty.
Trump's influence over the Supreme Court is just beginning. Next the conservative majority could upend elections with an 'extraordinary power grab.'
North Carolina Republicans are asking the Supreme Court to embrace a legal theory next term that experts call "nutty," "dangerous," and "made up."