This term's key cases are still on the docket of the supreme court

Wednesday, June 22, 2022
author picture Lucas Simon
trends
Video/image source : youtube
Original content created by news.limited staff

Five New Opinions From the U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court issued five new opinions Tuesday‚ but more will likely come. Thirteen cases are still up for review‚ including Roe v. Wade and Bremerton School Di. These cases are important because they could affect the right to abortion‚ as well as the constitutionality of abortion. However‚ a draft opinion by Justice Samuel Alito‚ which was published in Politico in February‚ hinted that the court was on the verge of overturning Roe v. Wade. However‚ the leaked draft opinion was confirmed to be authentic by the Supreme Court.

On Tuesday‚ the U.S. Supreme Court released five more opinions. There are still 13 cases to decide -- one of which could reverse Roe v. Wade's 1973 landmark ruling that allowed abortion in all 50 states. On Thursday and Friday‚ the next opinions will be released. These are the remaining key cases and issues.

Religious liberty

Group photo taken by the Supreme Court justices in Washington‚ D.C. in April 2021. (Erin Schaff/Pool via Reuters) A case will be decided by the justices (. Kennedy v bremerton school district () A Washington State high school football coach lost his job after he prayed at the 50 yard line following games. Joe Kennedy's lawyers argued for Kennedy to be allowed express his faith publicly‚ because it was protected under the First Amendment‚ which includes the free speech clauses and the free exercise clauses. Kennedy was suspended by the school district to prevent him from appearing to endorse any particular faith. The justices were able to hear oral arguments during April. Seemed sympathetic to Kennedy.

​​Climate change

In 2018‚ exhaust rises at Haywood power station‚ W.Va. (Brian Snyder/Reuters) In a case (West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency) that could affect the Biden administration's plan to curb carbon emissions‚ the court's conservative majority appears likely to side with Republican-controlled states and coal companies. This ruling would eliminate key tools that the Biden administration could use to speed up the transition of the power sector to cleaner energy sources. It may also limit its ability to achieve the goals of the Obama Administration. President’s goal Of halving the greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. After oral arguments in February‚ the court almost guaranteed that it will side with petitioners (a coalition of red state and coal companies)‚ but the logic and specifics of the ruling could determine how the United States regulates climate in the future. This case was decided by the high court following a report that found the United States‚ and others‚ are not meeting their commitments to cut greenhouse gas emissions to prevent catastrophic climate change.

Gun rights

Retired Buffalo Police Officer Aaron Salter Jr. was shot and killed at Buffalo's supermarket on May 5. (Jeffrey T. Barnes/Reuters) The court will rule on a case amid the ongoing debate about gun control after the massacres at Buffalo (N.Y.) and Uvalde (Texas). New York State Rifle Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen () Concerning the constitutionality and history of an old New York law which requires that anyone seeking a permit to conceal a handgun in their home must show good cause. The law was questioned by a majority in oral arguments last November‚ although they were not skeptical. As SCOTUS blog noted Their final ruling may be narrowly focused on New York and save for more general questions about the right to keep a firearm outside of the home. New York Governor.

u s supreme court joe kennedy brian snyder roe v wade bremerton school district environmental protection agency oral arguments justice samuel alito jeffrey t barnes <strong>This</strong> term s key cases are still on the docket of supreme court

Kathy Hochul signed a comprehensive package of measures to strengthen the state's gun laws into law. However‚ the Supreme Court's decision is still in force. It keeps me awake at night. Eric Adams‚ New York City's Mayor‚ stated earlier in the month. Can you picture yourself on the train 4 with someone who has a 9mm expose? Everybody on the train is carrying. He said that it would be an absolute mess for police.

Abortion

On Tuesday‚ anti-abortion activists and supporters of abortion rights gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters) The most anticipated (. Dobbs v jackson women's health organization the court will now decide if Mississippi's ban against abortions within 15 weeks after pregnancy has ended. The publication in May of a draft opinion from Justice Samuel Alito‚ suggesting that the court could overturn Roe v. Wade led to nationwide demonstrations outside the homes of justices. Alito stated in the draft opinion that Roe was wrong right from the beginning. The opinion was published by Politico. We must heed the Constitution‚ and return abortion to the elected representatives of the people. The President Biden stated that the opinion would be a law if it is accepted. He said that it concerns him greatly that after fifty years we will decide that a woman doesn't have the right of choice. Roe would have to be overturned by the Supreme Court. This would mean that abortion in America would either be severely limited or banned for millions.