Following weeks of back-and-forth in the courts, SCOTUS has reversed the decision of an appeals court and allowed Remain in Mexico to continue.
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Li, who grew up in Texas, has followed Texas’ seven-year legal fight to dilute minority voting power from the beginning.
The Houston conservative's ability to blend politics and religion makes him a particularly potent force.
The U.S. Supreme Court won’t intervene in Houston case challenging benefits for same-sex spouses of city employees.
The high court’s intervention raises the possibility that next year’s election may feature “intentionally discriminatory” congressional and state House districts.
In his ruling, Judge Lee Yeakel said that unless Roe v. Wade is overturned, he will continue applying the constitutional standard of no “undue burden” on women.
Couples turn to the federal courts after Texas’ highest court ruled against benefits for same-sex spouses of government employees.
The Trump presidency and possible changes to the Supreme Court raise the stakes for the state’s next abortion fight.
Senate Bill 8 will likely face a lawsuit this summer. The problem for abortion-rights advocates is that legislation often moves faster than the courts.
Whole Woman’s Health is accepting appointments in Austin this week while about two dozen other clinics remain closed in the wake of HB 2.