5 facts about the U.S. Supreme Court's public prayer case
Today, for the first time in 30 years, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider a constitutional challenge to the practice of legislative prayer. Here are five facts about the case.
In Brief: Supreme Court Revisits Legislative Prayer in Town of Greece v. Galloway
The U.S. Supreme Court will revisit the issue of legislative prayer when it hears oral arguments on Nov. 6 in Town of Greece v. Galloway, a case involving a challenge to a municipality’s practice of beginning each town board meeting with an invocation.
Supreme Court’s DOMA decision driving same-sex marriage efforts in states
Same-sex couples were able to get married in New Jersey starting today when a court order went into effect ordering the state to recognize them. Gay rights advocates have stepped up their efforts to end prohibitions on gay marriage in at least 20 states.
Supreme Court starts new term coming off record-low ratings
The Supreme Court began its new term today, after seeing its favorability ratings drop following rulings during its last term.
Supreme Court’s Favorability Edges Below 50%
Public Divided over Same-Sex Marriage Rulings
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Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage will likely impact immigration, too
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