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Supreme Court to hear case on tenure of Ganguly-led BCCI administration on July 28

NewsThree-judge bench, led by the Chief Justice of India, appoints senior lawyer Maninder Singh new amicus curiaeBCCI secretary Jay Shah and president Sourav Ganguly  •  BCCIThe Supreme Court of India will now hear the BCCI’s petition seeking amendments to its constitution on July 28, after a hearing on Thursday. The amendments sought could allow Sourav Ganguly and…

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Supreme Court turns to history: How does past speak to the present?

Laughter is not a rare occurrence during oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court, but it is rare that Justice Samuel Alito is the jokester.Yet late in 2010, the high court heard a case about a California law restricting the distribution of violent video games. If the government can censor violent content, asked Justice Antonin…

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What the US Supreme Court Ruling on the EPA Means for ESG

In its recent decision on West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the EPA did not have the power to regulate emissions from existing power plants via generation shifting requirements. This raised questions on the EPA’s ability to regulate emissions in the future, as well as the power of…

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Joe Biden says US Supreme Court is ‘out of control’ before signing order on abortion access

US PRESIDENT JOE Biden has said that federal legislation offered the fastest route to restoring abortion rights and urged voters to elect pro-choice legislators in upcoming elections as he ordered new measures to secure reproductive freedoms. Condemning the “terrible, extreme” decision by the Supreme Court to remove the constitutional right to an abortion, Biden said…

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How The Supreme Court Could Turbocharge Gerrymandering — Just In Time for 2024

One case next term could see the Supreme Court embrace an extreme legal theory and upend the long-established way that the country administers its elections. Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post/Getty Images Do state courts have the power to interpret their own state constitutions? The Supreme Court could be poised to say “no” — at least…

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Supreme Court cripples the US government’s power to fight climate change

Home News The Supreme Court has ruled in a 6-3 decision that the EPA should not regulate greenhouse gas emissions at a national scale. (Image credit: Getty) The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday (June 30) severely limited the federal government’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, in a 6-3 ruling split between the court’s conservative…

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Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in, becoming first Black woman on high court

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Ketanji Brown Jackson is officially the newest Supreme Court justice, taking her oaths at a swearing in ceremony Thursday.Justice Jackson is now the first Black woman on the high court.Jackson was sworn in a few minutes after noon, which was when the retirement of her predecessor, Justice…

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Gun rights: Supreme Court brings Second Amendment to the streets

Austin, Texas; Savannah, Ga.; and New York In its biggest Second Amendment ruling in over a decade, the U.S. Supreme Court today said that Americans have a right to carry a handgun in public.As it enters the final week of a controversial term – the court is expected to push federal law to the right…

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Supreme Court ruling: Maine’s religious schools can get public money

Washington The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Maine can’t exclude religious schools from a program that offers tuition aid for private education, a decision that could ease religious organizations’ access to taxpayer money.The 6-3 outcome could fuel a renewed push for school choice programs in some of the 18 states that have so far not…