Tag Archives: SCOTUS

Supreme Court preserves Trump travel ban’s refugee limits

The Supreme Court said Tuesday that part of President Trump’s travel ban could remain in effect, in a move that temporarily keeps some 24,000 refugees from being able to enter the U.S. In a brief order, the high court said it was continuing a … Continue reading

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NH fishermen ask U.S. Supreme Court to hear monitoring case

New Hampshire fishermen fighting for their livelihood are now trying to take their case to the nation’s highest court. Commercial fishermen said they must pay $700 a day for fishing monitors, people who go out with fishermen and collect data. … Continue reading

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Supreme Court lets Trump restore strict limits on refugees

The Supreme Court dealt President Trump a partial victory Wednesday in the legal battle over his travel ban, allowing the administration to restore strict limits on refugees that were blocked last week by a federal judge in Hawaii. The win for Mr. Trump, however, was … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court’s Trinity Lutheran ruling could have a direct effect on New Hampshire

Paving a small playground at a Lutheran church in Missouri with rubberized surface material, and a dispute surrounding it, may have changed constitutional law on church-state relations nationally, including New Hampshire. On June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court released its … Continue reading

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New York Times Has A Temper Tantrum Over Neil Gorsuch

The New York Times editorial board is not happy that Neil Gorsuch is a Supreme Court justice. Recent SCOTUS rulings have included the latest associate justice to join the court. For whatever reason, instead of doing an in-depth look at how … Continue reading

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School Choice for NH: Two Big Wins Today

The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the state’s tax-credit scholarship program may continue, resolving a three-year legal battle. This is the Institute for Justice’s sixth state supreme court win for school choice. This decision will ensure that 13,000 children can continue to … Continue reading

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Will This Supreme Court Decision Change NH Law: Croydon Bill and Ed Tax Credit Scholarships?

In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court has declared that a state may not withhold an available public benefit on account of religious status. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a Missouri church that sued the state … Continue reading

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