Tag:U.S. Constitution

Alfred Arraj’s Long-Lasting Impacts on the District Court

Alfred Arraj implemented innovative court administrative procedures that made the district court one of the most efficient courts in the nation.

Voting rights: a fundamental right worth protecting?

CU Associate Professor of Law Doug Spencer discussed how the right to vote is being infringed upon in a virtual event on Monday.

Supreme Court Declines to Block Texas Heartbeat Act in Blow to Abortion Access

The Supreme Court, in a narrow, late-night vote on Wednesday, rejected a request to block Texas’ restrictive new abortion law.

Texas Law Allowing Abortion Opponents to Sue Healthcare Providers Takes Effect as Supreme Court Stays Silent

A Texas law that deputizes private citizens to enforce a state ban on post-fetal heartbeat abortions has gone into effect.

Indiana College Students Ask Justices to Enjoin University COVID Vaccine Mandate

Indiana University students petitioned the Supreme Court to block a vaccine policy requiring all students be vaccinated for COVID-19.

Supreme Court Invokes First Amendment on California Charity Tax Filing Law

Tax-exempt nonprofit organizations gained protection against compelled disclosure of donor information when the Supreme Court ruled July 1 that a California law violated the First Amendment.

10th Circuit Says Passport Revocation for Unpaid Taxes is Constitutional

Americans who owe back taxes of five figures or more might not be able to travel with a passport after a July 20 opinion from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

U.S. Justices End Florist Fight to Discriminate Against Gay Couple on Religious Grounds

The Supreme Court, on a July 2 divided vote, passed on deciding whether a private business can discriminate against LGBTQ customers.