The following editorial appeared Friday in The Los Angeles Times:
She's happy, healthy and ready to rock.
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration and congressional Republicans have found something to agree on: Town councils should be allowed to open their meetings with a Christian prayer.
The following editorial appeared Tuesday in The Charlotte Observer:
The end of another momentous Supreme Court term compels the question: Is the accusation of judicial activism just another way of saying "decisions I don't agree with"?
Under the Defense of Marriage Act, the federal government does not recognize same-sex marriages even in states that have legalized it. This week, the Supreme Court ruled DOMA unconstitutional.
PHOENIX — Partners of gay state and university employees will not lose their health care and other benefits, the U.S. Supreme Court established in a ruling this morning.
The following editorial appeared Wednesday in The Kansas City Star:
"But history did not end in 1965."
Supporters of gay marriage around the nation celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to give "married gay couples equal federal footing with other married Americans." The decision will allow gay marriages to resume in California.
See how supporters reacted.
Reaction to the Supreme Court’s decisions Wednesday in two gay marriage cases:
WASHINGTON — In a major victory for gay rights, the Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a provision of a federal law denying federal benefits to married gay couples and cleared the way for the resumption of same-sex marriage in California.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that legally married same-sex couples should get the same federal benefits as heterosexual couples.
PHOENIX - Arizona no longer needs to get federal government sign-off on changes in its voting laws.
PHOENIX — Arizona no longer needs to get federal government sign-off for changes in its voting laws.
The U.S. Supreme Court reinstated a death sentence Monday for an Arizona man who was convicted of killing a man 35 years ago.
convicted in 1979 and 1985
"In order to get beyond racism, we must first take account of race."
The Supreme Court decision on affirmative action could have been a lot worse. Given the court's ideological tilt, in fact, it was probably the best we could have hoped for.