Tag:Biden Administration

Justices Give OK to CDC Eviction Ban Extension Through July, Unlikely to Repeat Permission

The Supreme Court, by a bare 5-4 vote, refused to block the nationwide eviction moratorium ordered by the CDC.

Biden Sends Senate Fifth Set of Judicial Nominees, Including Two for Courts of Appeal

President Joe Biden announced two more judicial nominees Wednesday morning as he continues at an unprecedented pace filling vacancies.

Diverse Biden Appeals Court Choices Reflect Varied Backgrounds, Professional Experiences

As President Joe Biden fills more than a dozen seats on federal appeals courts, his nominations show varied experience and diversity.

Federal District Judge Holds Up Public Lands Oil and Gas Leasing Pause

A Louisiana federal judge blocked the Biden administration’s effort to impose a lull on public land and offshore oil and gas leasing.

Senate Confirms Jackson, First Biden Appeals Court Choice

The Senate confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first U.S appellate court judge of President Joe Biden’s administration in a 53-46 vote.

Federal Court Fights Over Fossil Fuel Leasing Pause Near Crescendo

Two federal courts will soon decide whether to block President Joe Biden’s move to hold up federal oil and gas leasing.

Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Rossman Nomination

Veronica Rossman testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday as the panel considered whether to recommend her confirmation.

Senate Ends Filibuster on Jackson, Biden’s First Appeals Court Nominee and Readies Vote to Confirm Third Federal District Court Pick

The Senate decided Thursday to end debate on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.