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AARP Foundation recently published its annual Supreme Court Preview, detailing some higher-profile cases expected to be argued before the court.
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Pennsylvanians can cast no-excuse mail-in ballots in the 2022 midterm elections after the state’s Supreme Court upheld a 2019 election law.
Married couple John Lewis, left, and Stuart Gaffney, of San Francisco, hold heart signs outside the U.S. Supreme Court before the start of oral arguments on marriage equality on Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Lewis and Gaffney were plaintiffs in the 2008 court case challenging California's same sex marriage ban.
It was my nephew’s wedding about six years ago. He and his bride had asked me to officiate at the ceremony. The irony was probably lost on many, but not on me: Here I was, “marrying” my nephew, yet I was not able to marry my partner of over 30 years.
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The U.S. Supreme Court this week sent a strong message to employers offering 401(k)s: You can’t just pick investments for the plan and then forget about them.
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For the second time in three years, the federal Affordable Care Act went before the Supreme Court on Wednesday. And before a packed courtroom, a divided group of justices mostly picked up right where they left off the last time.
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The Affordable Care Act is once again before the Supreme Court.
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In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court has permitted Texas to enforce its controversial voter ID law in the Nov. 4 election.
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The Supreme Court has blocked the implementation of a Wisconsin voter ID law that triggered an intense legal battle and conflicting court rulings.
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A three-judge federal appeals court panel has unanimously upheld Wisconsin’s controversial voter ID law, which had been the focus of earlier conflicting federal and state court rulings.
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The Supreme Court is looking out for Americans with employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), a form of retirement plan.
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