September 26, 2020 may be remembered as the most pivotal historic moment from this turbulent year and apocryphal presidential election.
President Donald Trump nominated federal judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States on Saturday. He encouraged lawmakers to quickly confirm Barrett, and to do so with dignity and without personal attacks.
The First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston has ruled that private sector workers who have refrained from union membership cannot be charged for union lobbying as a condition of employment.
If President Donald Trump replaces the deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a conservative stalwart, then attempts to pull back on the president’s environmental regulatory rollbacks through the courts could be thwarted, some academics and legal experts say.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed a brief in favor of a parochial high school student and her parents who say that the state of Vermont violated the First Amendment by excluding the student from a state program that pays for high school students to take college courses.
Memo to the Vermont Legislature from Gov. Phil Scott regarding the Global Warming Solutions Act veto override: This ain’t over.
Former vice president Joe Biden said in 2016 that he would have considered a Supreme Court justice nominee in an election year if the president had consulted the Senate on the nominee.
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit against Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos aimed at preventing mail-in ballots from being sent automatically to all active, registered voters beginning next week.
A federal court decided last week that schools can’t ban students from using the restroom that matches their desired gender identity, in what BuzzFeed News called “a significant legal win for transgender rights.”
The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of private religious schools in a Montana case that challenged the government’s right to deny a state benefit only to sectarian institutions. The decision in Espinoza v. Montana was celebrated as a monumental win for school choice.
The Colorado Supreme Court upheld a law Monday banning the possession of gun magazines capable of holding more than 15 rounds of ammunition despite opposition from gun rights advocates.