The upcoming Supreme Court argument about a baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple makes some civil rights lawyers think of South Carolina’s Piggie Park barbecue.
By Marcia Coyle
There is a rhythm to the life of the Supreme Court which is rarely interrupted, not even by government shutdowns or blizzards.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
Its conservative majority restored, the Supreme Court said Thursday it will return to an issue with the potential to financially cripple Democratic-leaning labor unions that represent government workers.
By Associated Press
The unsigned order from the justices Monday asks both sides to weigh in by Oct. 5 about what to do with the case.
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