Supreme Court of the United States

Attorney general wants SCOTUS to reinstate death penalty

October 27, 2015
IL Staff
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced Tuesday that he is asking the Supreme Court of the United States to reinstate the death penalty for Tommy R. Pruitt, who was convicted in the 2001 murder of a Morgan County sheriff’s deputy.
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Damages dispute against Zimmer Biomet subsidiary headed to SCOTUS

October 20, 2015
Marilyn Odendahl
A wholly owned subsidiary of Zimmer Biomet in Warsaw, Indiana, will be arguing it should not have to pay about $248 million in a patent infringement case scheduled to be heard by the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Supreme Court could weigh in on student debt battle

October 20, 2015
 Bloomberg News
Mark Tetzlaff is a 57-year-old recovering alcoholic who has been convicted of victim intimidation and domestic abuse. He may also be the person with the best shot at upending the way U.S. courts treat student debt for bankrupt borrowers.
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SCOTUS won't reinstate $250K award in police shooting

October 19, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States will not reinstate a $250,000 award to the father of a suspected marijuana user in Maryland who was killed by police in a middle-of the-night raid.
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SCOTUS hear arguments over life sentences for teenagers

October 13, 2015
 Associated Press
People serving life terms for murders they committed as teenagers were looking to the Supreme Court of the United States Tuesday for signals about whether they will have a chance to seek their freedom.
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Cleveland appeals 'jock tax' ruling to US Supreme Court

October 7, 2015
 Associated Press
The city of Cleveland says it is within its rights to tax visiting professional athletes based on the number of games they play a year because taxation is a matter of local jurisdiction.
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Familiar, divisive social issues on Supreme Court agenda

October 5, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States' new term began Monday with no cross words between the justices, although a steady stream of divisive social issues awaits them in the coming months.
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SCOTUS turns away 1,600 cases as new term opens

October 5, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States opened its new term on Monday by turning away appeals in roughly 1,600 cases the justices reviewed over the summer. As is typical, the justices did not comment in rejecting the cases.
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Sotomayor draws admirers at Notre Dame

September 9, 2015
Dave Stafford
Sharing candid, deeply personal experiences, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor inspired an overflow crowd Sept. 2 at the University of Notre Dame. She held court for nearly two hours, answering questions from Notre Dame alumna, trustee and NBC News reporter Anne Thompson.
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Clerk defying gay marriage orders: ‘A heaven or hell decision’

September 2, 2015
 Associated Press
Now as the Rowan County clerk in Morehead, Kentucky, Kim Davis is refusing to surrender in a battle over who can and can’t be wed. She invoked “God's authority” Tuesday as she defied a series of federal court orders and once again denied marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
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Federal judge orders defiant Kentucky clerk, staff to court

September 1, 2015
 Associated Press
A county clerk in Kentucky who has invoked “God's authority” and is defying the Supreme Court of the United States by refusing to license same-sex marriage has been summoned along with her entire staff to explain to a federal judge why she should not face stiff fines or jail time.
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Kentucky clerk defies court order to issue gay-marriage license

August 27, 2015
 Associated Press
The clerk's office in Moorehead, Kentucky, on Thursday again refused to issue a marriage license to a gay couple, in defiance of a Supreme Court of the United States ruling that legalized same-sex marriage across the country two months ago.
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Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor will appear at Notre Dame

August 12, 2015
 Associated Press
Supreme Court of the United States Justice Sonia Sotomayor will take part in a moderated discussion at the University of Notre Dame in September.
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Next same-sex marriage fight could center on benefits

July 15, 2015
Marilyn Odendahl
In Indiana, some large companies have expanded their domestic partner benefit packages to include same- and opposite-sex couples.
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The ACA lives on: Supreme Court maintains the status quo

July 15, 2015
Tara Sciscoe, Christopher Sears
Like a cat with nine lives, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has survived its second trip to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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US to make marriage benefits available to gay couples

July 9, 2015
 Associated Press
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the government will make federal marriage benefits available to same-sex couples following a Supreme Court of the United States decision last month that legalized same-sex marriage.
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GPS search after fatal crash unconstitutional, COA holds

July 7, 2015
Dave Stafford
The warrantless search of a driver's global positioning system after a crash in which a passenger died was unconstitutional, the Indiana Court of Appeals held Tuesday.
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Court ruling spurs backers' hopes for redistricting changes

June 30, 2015
 Associated Press
Groups trying to curb the partisan sculpting of U.S. House of Representative districts are hoping their Supreme Court of the United States victory will prompt more states to create independent commissions to redraw congressional lines.
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EPA loses on power-plant emissions rule

June 29, 2015
 Bloomberg News, IL Staff
The Obama administration didn’t adequately consider the billions of dollars in costs before issuing a rule designed to cut hazardous emissions from 460 coal-fired power plants, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled.
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Justices uphold Arizona’s system for redistricting

June 29, 2015
 Associated Press, IL Staff
The Supreme Court of the United States on Monday upheld Arizona congressional districts drawn by an independent commission and rejected a constitutional challenge from Republican lawmakers.
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Justices uphold use of drug implicated in botched executions

June 29, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States has upheld the use of a controversial drug that has been implicated in several troubled executions.
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Justices allow new hearings in North Carolina capital cases

June 29, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States has left in place lower court rulings ordering hearings over jurors in two North Carolina death penalty trials who reached beyond the jury room for biblical references to help their deliberations.
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Supreme Court will re-hear Texas affirmative action

June 29, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States will dive back into the fight over the use of race in admissions at the University of Texas, a decision that presages tighter limits on affirmative action in higher education.
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Supreme Court extends same-sex marriage nationwide

June 26, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States has declared that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States. The decision was 5-4.
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Housing-discrimination lawsuits backed by US Supreme Court

June 25, 2015
 Bloomberg News
The Supreme Court of the United States said people who file housing-discrimination lawsuits don’t have to show they were victims of intentional bias, in a blow to lenders and insurers and a surprise legal victory for the Obama administration.
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