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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on WTOP

"Priorities for making schools safer Republicans have their priorities and I am willing to bend and compromise in order to get a deal done While their talks have focused largely on red flag laws and background checks the House judiciary committee on Thursday will consider a wide range of proposals including raising the age from 18 to 21 for the purchase of semi-automatic rifles Other proposals include tightening laws covering straw purchases and safe gun storage Supporters hope House approval could come swiftly but the package is not likely to be approved by the Senate On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO be news It's three 34 The U.S. Supreme Court blocked a Texas law that prevents social media platforms from censoring their users In an unusual 5 to four alignment Tuesday the court put the Texas law and hold while a loss you plays out in lower courts It favors the tech companies and Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes explains their argument Well the tech companies are saying we're like newspapers or other editorial products We get to have a say on what we put on our site The state of Texas argued social media so ubiquitous posts should be protected as public speech Chief justice John Roberts along with justice Stephen Breyer Sonia Sotomayor Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett voted to grant the emergency request to block the measure justice clarence Thomas Samuel Alito Elena Kagan and Neil Gorsuch would have allowed the law to remain an effect If the Supreme Court eventually does reverse roe V wade and Virginia passes a new law limiting abortion rights a local prosecutor has made a very public declaration In The New York Times op-ed fairfax county prosecutor Steve descano says he will never prosecute a woman for having an abortion even if Virginia passes the new law Officers would potentially be going through women's trash cans to see if there are drugs or alcohol in their trash can They could be pulling in their friends and partners to get understanding of individual women's sexual history He says local prosecutors are elected to make sure the criminal justice system reflects the community's values Virginia law explicitly allows prosecutors to make this type of decision A spokeswoman for governor youngkin declined comment News Coming up on WTF after traffic of weather we will have news on the war in Ukraine next It is three 36 I had an important job And it wasn't just a job it was keeping my brothers and sisters safe And coming back it felt like kind of thrown away It's like you're useless You know we don't really have a need for you now because you can't really do anything for us That's the way I felt If it hadn't been for wounded warrior project I honestly don't know if I would be here It was the camaraderie that I saw and had It was like I got my family back again We all felt the connection you know like that brother and sisterhood.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:04 min | 8 months ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Brian schuck This is a special edition of Bloomberg law with June Grasso Looking back at some of the most important law cases of the past year from Bloomberg radio It's the most consequential reproductive rights case in a generation and the Supreme Court's conservative justices suggested during oral arguments earlier this month that they're ready to roll back abortion rights and uphold Mississippi's ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy In an argument that lasted almost two hours all 6 Republican appointed justices indicated they would let states start banning abortion far earlier than the court's precedents now allow I've been talking to professor Mary ziegler of Florida state university college of law Did it seem as if there were three camps justices clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neil gore situ are ready to overturn roe And then the other side you have the liberal justices Stephen breyers Sonia Sotomayor LA Nike who want to preserve roe obviously And then this other group of chief justice John Roberts Brit Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett where I'm not sure where they were Does the decision depend on those three Absolutely I mean based on the argument I'm not sure I would lay out the configuration that way That was the configuration going in If just based on the argument if you knew nothing else at the urge miss you would say that there were four justices ready to overall role right now And you would include Brett Kavanaugh alongside clarence Thomas Samuel Alito in the abortion and put John Roberts and Amy Coney Barrett in the middle with Barrett I think leaning more towards the cabin off at all camps And Robert certainly sort of standing on his own in this kind of viability strategy that you laid out But I think the votes were watching probably most closely will be just as fair as vote Justice Kavanaugh of course was more an up for grabs vote We all thought that And so we may of course not want to read too much into what he said at argument But what he said at argument certainly made it sound as if he was leaning in the direction of reversing row Justice Kavanaugh came up with a list of past Supreme Court cases that had overruled earlier decisions ruled against precedent including Brown V board of education which outlawed the separate but equal doctrine We hear these justices during confirmation hearings talking about row as settled precedent Kavanaugh said that roe was settled as precedent of the Supreme Court at his confirmation hearings You could go back to justice Alito who also said it was settled precedent It just seems as if you really can't believe anything they say in their confirmation hearings I mean I think that's fair Obviously unless there's some kind of Supreme Court reform there's no accountability or not looking up the statements you make in your confirmation hearings after you're confirmed And I think of course all of them try to give themselves an ability by being vague Justice Sonya's Sotomayor made this statement about how will we get the stench off this court So are the conservative justices not concerned at all about public opinion or public reaction and not saying that they should be because we want judges to be independent but does it seem as if that's no concern of theirs anymore Yeah I mean I think it's a combination of some of them don't care and don't think they should care And I think some of them may care but think that there's a way to finesse it I think justice Kavanaugh's question seems to be sort of reaching for that Right to say this is not the court harming people This is not the court ignoring precedent This is the court being scrupulously neutral This is the court being fair This is the restoring some kind of true compromise where everyone gets to stay And I think Kavanaugh will believe that a decision like that would not damage the court I don't think most observers agree with him on that but I think he may think there's a way to sort of finesse getting rid of what he thinks is a wrongly decided decision without damaging the court too much I think many of the justices like for example justice Thomas I think just don't think that it's important or that if they do they're primarily concerned with the response of people with whom they agree rather than the sort of broader public response At the beginning of the arguments Thomas asked how the court could uphold the Mississippi law without overturning the court's precedents on abortion Is that even possible to do Not if you leave ro entirely intact Cluster general Elizabeth clogger said the idea of a right to abortion is important independent of viability And the court could say that essentially that viability is more flawed just to support certain cases that are HTS abortion was important independent of rose trimester framework There's a way to do that Obviously to do that you have to rewrite what real means So there's no way to do it and leave row intact But I think it's also disingenuous to say that you would have to say there's no abortion right If you say there's no viability I don't think that follows But I think many of the justices want to say there's no abortion right Many of the advocates of on both sides think it's preferable for the court to say there's no abortion right If they're going to side with Mississippi And so it seems increasingly likely that that's what we're going to get So even if the court doesn't explicitly overturn roe what a decision upholding Mississippi's law will have a far reaching impact Totally I mean we would expect to see states interpreting this as a green light to move forward with actually banned We would expect to see circuit courts agreeing with that assessment and allowing more abortion bans to stand And we would expect I think to see the court move towards reversing row entirely not long thereafter And I think you.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Initial reports, one tore a path up to 250 miles long, which could break a 1925 record. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles Ali reisman Michael maroni and hundreds of other athletes who were victimized by longtime national team position Larry Nassar have reached A380 million dollar settlement with USA gymnastics, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic committee and their insurers. The settlement caps of 5 year legal battle during which some of the sport's biggest stores publicly criticized the organizations for failing to protect them. The department of justices inspector general revealed significant mishandling of allegations against nassar when they were brought to the FBI in 2015 and 2016. The $380 million settlement is among the largest ever recorded for victims of sex abuse. The Supreme Court has denied emergency requests by New York healthcare workers for religious exemption against the state's COVID-19 vaccination requirements. The healthcare workers suit is based on a religious objection to abortion derived fetal cell lines. They believe were used in testing and developing the vaccine. New York State argue that the COVID requirement was no different from preexisting requirements for measles and rubella vaccinations. And the state said that the vaccines don't contain aborted fetal cells. Three conservative justices, clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said they would have allowed the exemptions. Shareholders are pushing meta the company formerly known as Facebook for changes to address harm on its platform, among the proposals from the investor group are more bored oversight to limit harmful content and an assessment of the company's plan for the metaverse. The proposals come as meta is facing heightened criticism after revelations revealed in the Wall Street journals the Facebook files earlier this year that the company knew its platforms caused harm to some users. The Wall Street Journal's Emily glazer has more. I think there's definitely more momentum from investors that they have an opening to press for change because lawmakers on both sides of the aisle as we've seen from several congressional hearings are calling for change and more transparency. We've got customers that are calling for changes, whether it's parents of teen users or otherwise. So there are different kind of pain points that Facebook is facing and so I think even if shareholders don't have as much power because Mark Zuckerberg has the majority of the controlling vote, they feel like this is an opening that they haven't had for years where it's kind of coming from all sides. A meta spokesman, Ryan Moore, says the company values its investor views and engages with them regularly for more on this story, listen to tech news briefing tomorrow morning. And we report exclusively that vox media and group 9 media are in advanced merger talks in a deal that would unite two of the biggest companies in digital media. Sources say the deal would be an all stock transaction giving 75% ownership to vox..

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:51 min | 9 months ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Been guaranteed in the United States for nearly 50 years onto the landmark ruling of roe V wade But now in the most consequential reproductive rights case in a generation it appears the Supreme Court is ready to roll back abortion rights or perhaps eliminate the constitutional right to abortion altogether During oral arguments this week all 6 conservative justices indicated they would uphold Mississippi's ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy Although the justices appeared to be divided on just how far they would go here at chief justice John Roberts and justices Samuel Alito and Brett Kavanaugh If it really is an issue about choice why is 15 weeks not enough time The fetus has an interest in having a life And that doesn't change does it from the point before viability to the point after viability Why should this court be the arbiter rather than Congress the state legislatures States Supreme courts the people being able to resolve this And they'll be different answers in Mississippi in New York Justice Sonia Sotomayor and the two other liberal justices said that a decision gutting the court's precedent on abortion would undermine the court's legitimacy Will this institution survive the stench that this creates In the public perception that the constitution and its reading are just political acts I don't see how it is possible Joining me is Mary ziegler a professor at Florida state university college of law who specializes in the legal history of reproductive rights Mary what was your take on the arguments The overall impression I got obviously is that Mississippi is going to win And I think it's much more likely that the court has been overturned row outright this summer You know with the usual caveats of things can change between argument and decision What was the main question was that the viability standard the presidential value of row Definitely more of the latter than the former for sure I mean there's a lot of time spent on the presidential value of row and whether the constitution is silent or a strict Havana but it should be neutral about abortion right There was much less time spent on viability although chief justice John Roberts certainly focused on liability and Amy Coney Barrett at some point showed some interest in that line of questioning as well But the majority of the questions focused on whether roe was the kind of precedent that deserve respect The chief justice is an incrementalist He likes to change law little by little Was he looking for a middle ground that none of the conservatives took him up on I think that's a fair reading of it although I think the only person who considered taking him up on it is just the spirit I think she's probably going to be at least based on the argument that the person whose vote is the most up for grabs in the case But I mean obviously getting rid of viability would be a major change to abortion doctrine So while I think it's right to frame Roberts as an incrementalist and training data search for middle ground solution I think it's also worth qualifying that this is not usually what passes for a compromised But I think that's what he was trying to do And I think that with maybe the exception of justice spare there were no takers Was the only question for conservatives whether to overrule roe entirely or whether to stop at 15 weeks in the Mississippi law Was there any inkling of support for maintaining the current rule and precedent No I mean not really I don't think that any of the conservatives came interested in that How did we come this far this fast Because just a few years ago it seemed like roe was on pretty solid ground Yes obviously quite sudden I mean I think justice Sotomayor although people who are anti abortion are probably didn't like the tone of her question had a point in saying you know legislators have been seeing essentially we can do whatever we want when it comes to abortion because we have the votes And it does seem to have changed quite rapidly that we've gone from June medical not even two years ago to an oral argument where the court seems ready to throw out the whole kitten caboodle So I think there's no other way to explain it other than the first membership changing Nothing else has been that transformative in the time between June of 2020 and the winter of 2021 Did it seem as if there were three camps justices clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neil gore situ are ready to overturn roe and then the other side you have the liberal justices Stephen breyers Sonia Sotomayor LA Nick and who want to preserve roe obviously And then this other group of chief justice John Roberts Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett where I'm not sure where they were Does the decision depend on those three Absolutely I mean based on the argument I'm not sure I would lay out the configuration that way That was the configuration going in It just based on the argument if you knew nothing else at the argument you would say that there were four justices ready to overall role right now And you would include Brett Kavanaugh alongside clarence Thomas Samuel Alito in the abortion and put John Roberts and Amy Coney Barrett in the middle with Barrett I think leaning more towards the Kavanaugh at all camps And Robert certainly sort of standing on his own in this kind of viability strategy that he laid out But I think the votes were watching probably most closely will be just as fair as both So even if the court doesn't explicitly overturn roe what a decision upholding Mississippi's law will have a far reaching impact Totally I mean we would expect to see states interpreting this as a green light to move forward with actually banned We would expect to see circuit boards agreeing with that assessment and allowing more abortion bans to stand And we would expect to see the court move towards reversing row entirely not long thereafter And I think you might even see face with trigger laws which go into effect one row is gone arguing that roe had been overturned and that there was trigger laws for bands could go into effect To sum up what's the likely decision here in your mind Most likely thing I think based on oral arguments is the court is going to say that there's no constitutional right to abortion in the states are going to be able to have an abortion So that means an overturning of roe Yes I think that's the most likely thing You think that would be a 6 three vote That's an interesting question If they're going over a row I think Robert Smith go along with it because she would want the courts to look united I think you would think it would be worse to have a 5 four decision overturning role but I don't know I mean would either be 6 three or 5 four If the court overturns row what would be the next step Could we see a time where abortion is declared unconstitutional Yeah it's on the table I mean anti abortion groups are already asking for it So for example there are amicus briefs in this case arguing that an unborn child is a right solving person and asking the court to hold it abortion is unconstitutional That doesn't seem likely in the short term in part of course because Kavanaugh seems to try to foreclose that possibility right His argument that the constitution was neutral So at the moment it seems that there would not be 5 votes for that approach But of course there were 5 votes for overturning row not so long ago And so the overtone window quite clearly is shifting on this and I don't think you could rule that kind of thing out in the future Thanks Mary That's professor Mary ziegler of Florida state university college of law Coming up next it's a first as Facebook is ordered to unwind its purchase of giphy This is Bloomberg What We're all thankful.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"Who is a trans man who went to mercy San Juan medical center near Sacramento in California. To get a hysterectomy. Okay, wasn't using it? Didn't want it. Right. And I and I totally get that. Yeah. They being a Catholic hospital refused. And said, we, that's elective sterilization. And we won't do it. And then behind closed doors, they were like, trans people are gross. I don't want to deal them. Right. So a lower court sided apparently with the hospital, but an upper court on appeal reversed that decision and sided with mister minton. And that was their ruling. And then it was appealed. The hospital appealed it all the way to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has declined to take the case. So, really, the higher court ruling stands. So now the hospital is going to have to pay that pay for denying medical care to someone who needed our Catholic majority Supreme Court. Just screwed over a Catholic Church. A Catholic hospital, or a Catholic hospital. Yeah. Kind of. They just basically said, I mean, whether probably means is that the high court ruling was was solid. Yeah. And doesn't need to be fucked with. Even by them, even by this court, which is who knows sometimes. Who does know? No, there were some justices who wanted to see the case. I'm sure. I'm just not probably one, they needed one more, probably. Yeah. Probably. Because you probably had your Alito. Yeah, I think Gorsuch, oh, maybe not Gorsuch on this one. Who knows? Oh, you never can tell on these things. But I know it said it somewhere around here. But yeah, do we know the three that wanted to hear it? To hear it? Yeah, so clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch all wished they all wanted to hear the case. Because they want to fuck over a trans person. That's their favorite thing. But indeed the rest of the court said no. Amy cunning Barrett. And I like beer guy. I like beer guy. Let's not even say his name. That's good enough. I.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"In a perfect america the supreme court would be an out of the way arcane subject that would not be relevant to our day-to-day discussions. It was never intended to be such a central focus of the public's attention but then again neither was politics the judiciary and the last step in that journey the final arbiter. The supreme court has become increasingly important to our day to day lives and that is troubling. Nevertheless it is reality one of the individuals who follows that probably closer than anyone He's a very well. Respected analysts reviewer observer. Commenter on the supreme court as our very own professor josh blackman. He's written a piece in newsweek. Entitled conservative justices warn cavenaugh and bear it lack fortitude fortitude in quotes professor. We were promised that cavanaugh. And bear it Good conservative justices. Were going to add to the conservatism of the vince. Galeano now clarence thomas court. Why didn't that happen. Is this a deceptive trade practices where we defrauded. Are these people exactly who they thought we were or have they changed. I have an odd exactly who. I thought he was barrett. I wasn't entirely sure she'd only been judge for that a year or two But i think what we're seeing already. Is that the conservatives and a quarter splitting in half you have the super wing with justice. Thomas justice alito and and justice gorsuch is there i think for the most part and then you have the sort of middle conservatives yeah the chief justice who i think is a lost cause and then you have justice cavanaugh. Who votes the chief. Justice quite a bit and then the newest member amy coney barrett regrettably seen speed lining up with the with cheese thinks about how to handle controversial cases. So you know the sexist fraud practice you know. I think the there were red. Flags being raised at this early juncture. I want to quote directly from your piece in newsweek. You say twice this term justices clarence thomas samuel alito in neal gorsuch warned that justices brett cavanaugh and amy coney barrett lack backbone is. What happened that..

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Refusing to provide flowers for a customers. Same sex wedding washington. Supreme court reviewed a state commission decision and concluded. It did not act with animosity. Toward baron l. stutzman religion. The supreme court declined to hear an appeal justice clarence thomas samuel alito in you'll gorsuch indicated. They would have agreed to hear the case. Four justices are needed for the court to take up a challenge. Jared halpern fox. News in a statement. Stutzman called the supreme court denial devastating and she claims. The decision will delay justice for others instead of hotel rooms. Hundreds of first responders working at the side of a building collapse in florida will be housed in state rooms. Royal caribbean cruise line is offering the use of ship for the next month or so the explorer of the seas which has docked at port. Miami will host about six hundred rescue workers. They'll receive individual rooms laundry service and hot meals. Hotel rooms are scarce in florida because of the fourth of july holiday gasoline is also scares in a handful of spots across the country. Thanks to a shortage of tanker truck drivers. Those drivers need special training and many driving schools were closed during the pandemic. Meantime drivers.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The supreme court won't hear the case of a florist who refused service for a same sex wedding. The justices are leaving in place. A lower court's ruling that the owner of arlene flowers in washington state broke the state's antidiscrimination law by refusing to provide flowers for a customers. Same sex wedding washington. Supreme court reviewed a state commission decision and concluded. It did not act with animosity. Toward baron l. stutzman religion. The supreme court declined to hear an appeal justices clarence thomas samuel alito in your gorsuch indicated. They would have agreed to hear the case. Four justices are needed for the court to take up a challenge. Jared halpern fox. News in a state main stutzman called the supreme court denial devastating and she claims the decision will delay justice for others instead of hotel rooms. Hundreds of first responders working at the site of a building collapse in florida will be housed in state rooms. Royal caribbean cruise line is offering the use of ship for the next month or so the explorer of the seas which has docked at port. Miami will host about six hundred rescue workers. They'll receive individual rooms laundry service and hot meals. Hotel rooms are scarce in florida because of the fourth of july holiday gasoline is also scares in a handful of spots across the country. Thanks to a shortage of tanker truck drivers. Those drivers need special training and many driving schools were closed during the pandemic..

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's now battering the caribbean governor onto santa's the track that it's gonna take It is possible that we could see tropical force winds as early as sunday night in southern florida no watches or warnings have been posted for florida yet but forecasters say residents should keep an eye on it. Wildfires burning all over california but the worst of them in the northern part of the state the siskiyou county sheriff has downgraded the evacuation order for the lava fire. But still many evacuations remain in effect crews. The lightning caused fire has grown to almost twenty four thousand acres. A fire just to the north moving. Toward the oregon. Border has also prompted evacuations. The tenant fire has burned nearly ten thousand acres and has just six percent contained with wind being the big concern. Though temperatures in both of these fire areas are above ninety. Fox's jessica rosenthal wall street. The dow plus one fifty two america's listening to fox news supreme court won't hear schools out for summer but if your business is running quick what's yell. Never get a break. Net suite by oracle is the number one cloud financial system. No matter how big your business grows with visibility and control of your financial inventory. Hr commerce and more net suite is everything you need to grow all in one place nets. We'd is offering a one of a kind financing program to those ready to graduate head the nets dot com slash fox. Right now that's dot com slash fox. The case of the floor as to refuse to provide flowers for a same sex wedding. The justices are leaving in place. A lower court's ruling that the owner of arlene flowers in washington state broke the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing to provide flowers per customer. Same sex wedding washington. Supreme court reviewed a state commission decision in concluded. It did not act with animosity. Toward baron l. stutzman religion. The supreme court declined to hear an appeal justices clarence thomas samuel alito gorsuch indicated. They would have agreed to hear the case. Four justices are needed for the court to take a challenge in washington jared halpern fox news improvement of the latest reading on the job market. But it's still not all be there. Were more jobs created than expected last month. Eight hundred fifty thousand. However the labor department's june employment report is mixed the unemployment rate rose to five point nine percent. There was no large bump in the number of people. Working the labor force participation rate held steady at sixty one point six percent. There were a lot of factors impacting the job market. Last month companies raised wages in june offered incentives and saw business improve as more people return to the office and started traveling again however economist james nightly at i n g estimates as many as two million people have taken early retirement in the past year. Jimmy costa alda fox new at a women's prison in south carolina has been fired and could face up to ten years in prison after authorities say. She tried to smuggle prescription pills into the prison. Where she worked by hiding them in rice krispies treats the department of corrections says marcy schaefer was caught which you try to take them into the camille graham correctional institution yesterday. She's been charged with possession of connex and other..

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's now battering the caribbean governor onto santa's the track that it's gonna take It is possible that we could see tropical force winds as early as sunday night in southern florida no watches or warnings have been posted for florida yet but forecasters say residents should keep an eye on it. Wildfires burning all over california but the worst of them in the northern part of the state the siskiyou county sheriff has downgraded the evacuation order for the lava fire. But still many evacuations remain in effect crews. The lightning caused fire has grown to almost twenty four thousand acres. A fire just to the north moving. Toward the oregon. Border has also prompted evacuations. The tenant fire has burned nearly ten thousand acres and has just six percent contained with wind being the big concern. Though temperatures in both of these fire areas are above ninety. Fox's jessica rosenthal wall street. The dow plus one fifty two america's listening to fox news supreme court won't hear schools out for summer but if your business is running quick what's yell. Never get a break. Net suite by oracle is the number one cloud financial system. No matter how big your business grows with visibility and control of your financial inventory. Hr commerce and more net suite is everything you need to grow all in one place nets. We'd is offering a one of a kind financing program to those ready to graduate head the nets dot com slash fox. Right now that's dot com slash fox. The case of the floor as to refuse to provide flowers for a same sex wedding. The justices are leaving in place. A lower court's ruling that the owner of arlene flowers in washington state broke the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing to provide flowers per customer. Same sex wedding washington. Supreme court reviewed a state commission decision in concluded. It did not act with animosity. Toward baron l. stutzman religion. The supreme court declined to hear an appeal justices clarence thomas samuel alito gorsuch indicated. They would have agreed to hear the case. Four justices are needed for the court to take a challenge in washington jared halpern fox news improvement of the latest reading on the job market. But it's still not all be there. Were more jobs created than expected last month. Eight hundred fifty thousand. However the labor department's june employment report is mixed the unemployment rate rose to five point nine percent. There was no large bump in the number of people. Working the labor force participation rate held steady at sixty one point six percent. There were a lot of factors impacting the job market. Last month companies raised wages in june offered incentives and saw business improve as more people return to the office and started traveling again however economist james nightly at i n g estimates as many as two million people have taken early retirement in the past year. Jimmy costa alda fox new at a women's prison in south carolina has been fired and could face up to ten years in prison after authorities say. She tried to smuggle prescription pills into the prison. Where she worked by hiding them in rice krispies treats the department of corrections says marcy schaefer was caught which you try to take them into the camille graham correctional institution yesterday. She's been charged with possession of connex and other..

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's now battering the caribbean governor onto santa's the track that it's gonna take It is possible that we could see tropical force winds as early as sunday night in southern florida no watches or warnings have been posted for florida yet but forecasters say residents should keep an eye on it. Wildfires burning all over california but the worst of them in the northern part of the state the siskiyou county sheriff has downgraded the evacuation order for the lava fire. But still many evacuations remain in effect crews. The lightning caused fire has grown to almost twenty four thousand acres. A fire just to the north moving. Toward the oregon. Border has also prompted evacuations. The tenant fire has burned nearly ten thousand acres and has just six percent contained with wind being the big concern. Though temperatures in both of these fire areas are above ninety. Fox's jessica rosenthal wall street. The dow plus one fifty two america's listening to fox news supreme court won't hear schools out for summer but if your business is running quick what's yell. Never get a break. Net suite by oracle is the number one cloud financial system. No matter how big your business grows with visibility and control of your financial inventory. Hr commerce and more net suite is everything you need to grow all in one place nets. We'd is offering a one of a kind financing program to those ready to graduate head the nets dot com slash fox. Right now that's dot com slash fox. The case of the floor as to refuse to provide flowers for a same sex wedding. The justices are leaving in place. A lower court's ruling that the owner of arlene flowers in washington state broke the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing to provide flowers per customer. Same sex wedding washington. Supreme court reviewed a state commission decision in concluded. It did not act with animosity. Toward baron l. stutzman religion. The supreme court declined to hear an appeal justices clarence thomas samuel alito gorsuch indicated. They would have agreed to hear the case. Four justices are needed for the court to take a challenge in washington jared halpern fox news improvement of the latest reading on the job market. But it's still not all be there. Were more jobs created than expected last month. Eight hundred fifty thousand. However the labor department's june employment report is mixed the unemployment rate rose to five point nine percent. There was no large bump in the number of people. Working the labor force participation rate held steady at sixty one point six percent. There were a lot of factors impacting the job market. Last month companies raised wages in june offered incentives and saw business improve as more people return to the office and started traveling again however economist james nightly at i n g estimates as many as two million people have taken early retirement in the past year. Jimmy costa alda fox new at a women's prison in south carolina has been fired and could face up to ten years in prison after authorities say. She tried to smuggle prescription pills into the prison. Where she worked by hiding them in rice krispies treats the department of corrections says marcy schaefer was caught which you try to take them into the camille graham correctional institution yesterday. She's been charged with possession of connex and other..

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Details at Macy's dot com slash Macy's money. Is Bloomberg Law with Joon Grasso from Bloomberg Radio thing. Supreme Court justices grapple with the original meaning of the word seizure in the Fourth Amendment in a case where a woman was shot in the back by police as she drove away in her car and escaped that can limit her legal options to sue the police for excessive force. There was a parade of hypotheticals from many of the justices who subscribed to originalism that is interpreting the Constitution based on its original meaning at the time. Was adopted. Here are Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch. It's a baseball pitcher intentionally beans the batter. When we say Wow, that picture just seized the batter. If someone is it with the projectile and does not stop. Let's say Iraq Snowball was stone. Would that be on arrest on Earth seizure under your analysis or your approach? They were bazookas going off there. There's all sorts of massive show force, but he doesn't stop he keeps going is blasting through 100 Miles an hour. Any blasts through and on ego's bazookas firing everywhere. Much of the questioning centered on a president Ho Dar e v. California, written by originalist icon Justice Antonin Scalia. That said, the application of physical force whether or not it's subdued the arrestee Was sufficient for a seizure. Here. A justice is Brett Kavanaugh and Sonia Sotomayor. Perspective. Addario. I think they're two issues. First was Justice Scalia, right? And the discussion and the second is the precedent question on the first question whether he was right Um, you're arguing as I understand it that Justice Scalia and really all nine justices. In that case, we were wrong about the original meaning of the Fourth Amendment. Excuse me, Counsel. No, you're asking us to Beach at the clear line drawn by her Dari and say that Justice Scalia was wrong about what the common law showed. My guest is former federal prosecutor George Newhouse of Richard's Carrington. George. The lower courts blocked the plaintiff from suing the police in this case explained Why the Fourth Amendment, which bars unreasonable searches and seizures. Is so crucial to her case. Well, it's an instinct and unique question. And, of course, the ultimate legal question is did the police officers use excessive force in trying to stop her? But under the Fourth Amendment? Is that a seizure? When the police don't actually prevent you stop you. They don't lay hands on you In this case. They shot at her car 13 times and hit her twice. But she didn't stop. She kept on driving, And she drove in fact for another 70. Miles, stole another car and didn't get to the hospital until the next day. So the argument before the Supreme Court was whether or not she had been seized within the definition of the Fourth Amendment. That makes a difference because if she has 1/4 amendment claim, rather than a due process claim she has it an easier time establishing damages against the officers. So that's what.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The Ben Shapiro sure got a lot to get to a little bit later on in the program. We'll get to the Democrats push for censorship, but we begin at this hour with your update on the election race. When you look at the real clear politics polling average. What you see is that everything seems relatively stable mean they're kind of minor moves in each direction. But overall, things are relatively stable. Biden has been somewhere between 10 and seven points in the lead, really, for probably six months, seven months at this point In the battle grounds. You're starting a little bit of tightening in Pennsylvania. Biden is up to about a 3.5% real clear politics. Poll average lead in Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania is the key state by the way, assuming that Trump wins the states that he needs to win in the South. Many wins Florida He wins Georgia, North Carolina. Let's say that he wins Arizona. Okay, Let's say that he does all of that. He needs Pennsylvania, right? That is the state that he requires in order to win Right now, it's about a four point race in Pennsylvania. It seems like there's momentum for Trump in Pennsylvania, seems like there's momentum for Trump in Florida as well. I've been predicting for awhile. I think that Trump is going to win Florida in Georgia. There is new polling That suggests that Joe Biden is super competitive in Georgia. North Carolina is within margin of error margin in Arizona seems to have dropped in just a little bit in Trump's favor. The latest polls In Arizona. Put Biden up. Somewhere between two points and Susquehanna has trump up one point in the last week. So all of these battleground states are extremely extremely close. And it will be fascinating to watch on election night because after all, not all of these states are going to count ballots in the same way. If you have a really, really high counts of absentee ballots or mail in ballots, for example, it takes a long time to count those who have a close race and the mail in ballots are still coming in. We may not know for weeks what exactly happened? In Arizona. We may not know for months what happened in Pennsylvania in fact, The Supreme Court allowed longer deadlines for absentee ballots in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. According to The New York Times on Tuesday. So Republicans in both states opposed the extensions because they were saying, Okay, we should not allow balance that are coming in a week after the election to be counted, because I mean, what about when they were postmarked? Somebody claims it was postmarked the day after the election, but they actually voted before the election. All this gets litigated. Why don't you solve that problem now? That problem of uncertainty? Well, according to The New York Times and a pair of decisions welcomed by Democrats. The Supreme Court on Wednesday let election officials in two key battleground states, Pennsylvania and North Carolina except absentee ballots for several days after Election Day in Pennsylvania case. The court refused to play from Republicans in the state that it decides before election Day whether election officials can continue receiving absentee ballots for three days after November 3rd in the North Carolina case, the court let stand lower court rulings that allowed the state's board of elections to extend the deadline is nine days after election Day. Up from the three days originally called for by the state legislature. The court's brief orders in the two cases were unsigned Jamie Cockney. Barrett did not take part in either case. The court spokeswoman said Barry did not participate because of the need for a prompt resolution and because she had not had time to fully review the party's filings. Now, this does not mean that there won't be litigation after the election if he states are very close in the count's continue. And there's an early count. And then the count's continue well, then it could be re litigated at the Supreme Court level. There were no noted the sense in the Pennsylvania case. The three justices said the court might returns with after Election Day in the North Carolina case, Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito on Gorsuch said they would have granted request from Republican lawmakers to block lower courts, allowing the longer deadline. That makes sense because in the Pennsylvania case was done statutorily in the North Carolina case, it was done by a lower court. The two cases involved broadly similar issues. But in Pennsylvania, the question was whether the state Supreme Court could override voting rules set by the state legislature in North Carolina. The question was whether state election officials had the power to alter such voting rules. In Pennsylvania. At least they say that they may come back to that case after the election. Which, of course, is exactly the wrong thing. Right? Chief Justice Roberts, who is just a disaster area. Chief Justice Roberts, in seeking to uphold the legitimacy of the court, by staying out of these questions, is actually making it worse. Because now let's say that thing is really close. You're gonna end up with Bush v. Gore. This thing ends up in the Supreme Court again. Which is a disaster that this is 2020, which means the Pandora's box could open right. The mummy's tomb could be unsealed and all members of all sort of manifestations of horrific outcome could be possible here for the country. My favorite personal Is that is that there's a 2 69 69 times in the Electoral college. This is my personal nightmare scenario. 2 69 to 69 time the electoral college by the way, this could very easily happen. This is the case If Donald Trump holds all the states that he held last time, except for Wisconsin, Michigan and Arizona wins Pennsylvania and all the other states one last time. Plus, he was the main second district in the Nebraska second District. If he does that, you now have a 2 69 to 69 tie in the electoral college. So people have been asking what happens if that happens well. It goes to the House of Representatives, but the House does not vote. With all these members. Instead, they vote by states. A state delegation decides how to vote for the president. Right now. Republicans hold 26 23 advantage in state delegations. I think there's one that's split. The state's allegations split right down the middle if Democrats or to pick up two of those three and Republicans Hold one. Then what you end up with his 8 25 25 split in the house of Representatives with regard to who gets elected president. Right. So then what happens Well, then they just keep voting and then you see voting until somebody's elected president. Meanwhile, the Senate gets to decide who the vice president is. Well, there's only one problem. The Senate could easily be split 50 50 that this is my favorite not going to happen, but it's insane. Elections in area. Yeah, Biden obviously is a little bit worried about some of the states that he's supposed to be winning. Walking away. According to media I Biden has been heading to Florida the his campaign is afraid the Democratic turnout is lagging has a lot of the early voting is trending. Republican Republicans are expected to help pace Democrats on Election Day. So Biden is heading to Florida. In other words, this election is not over yet. And while these statistics from Fivethirtyeight real clear politics shoulder show that Trump is the heavy underdog, this remains a very, very close election. And it remains a close election for a couple of reasons. One is because the media have absolutely 100% refused to cover anything Joe Biden related, and that is just true. It's just a simple fact. It is because the intervention of the media and social media companies and corporations in this election has been absolutely overwhelming. I mean, it's been like nothing I've ever seen in American politics. Truly. It is a crazy, crazy thing.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They changed the rules to accommodate President Obama tried to stack the court. They never thought Clinton would lose. So what you're gonna have is Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer's desire to stack the court. On their democratic watches. Come come back to haunt them. If there is an opening for their scans, burger anybody else I will urge the president to nominate a qualified conservative and hopefully those people will get through that. Now. His letter to senators Feinstein and Leahy Durbin White House Club, which are kun's Blumenthal, Hirono Booker and harass those the Democrats in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Saying that like million of millions of Americans, I was shocked and saddened to hear of justice. Ginsburg's death She served honorably on the federal bench was a Trailblazer for women in the law. She will be missed. When the American people elected a Republican Senate majority in 2014 Americans did so because we committed to checking and bouncing the end of President Obama's lame duck presidency. We did so we follow the precedent that the Senate followed for 140 years since the 18 eighties, No senator's confirmed an opposite party President, Supreme Court nominee During an election year because our Senate majority committed to confirming President Trump's excellent judicial nominees, and particularly because we committed to supporting his Supreme Court nominees. The American people expanded the Republican majority in 2018, We should honor that mandate. Also unlike in 2016, President Trump is currently standing for re election. The people will have a say in his choices. So he's letting them know we have a job to do. Republicans were voted for a reason elections of consequences. We're going forward, and then he continues. Lastly, after the treatment of Justice Cavanaugh, I now have a different view of the judicial confirmation process. Repair the treatment of Robert Poor Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito on Brett Kavanaugh to that of Ruth Better Ginsberg, Sonya's son of my urine, Elena Kagan, and it's clear that there already is one set of rules for Republican president and one set of rules for a Democrat president. I therefore think it is important that we proceed expeditiously to process any nomination made by President Trump to fill this vacancy. I am certain if the shoe were on the other foot. You would do the same sincerely, Lindsey Graham. Yeah. Then be the fighting words. What's going to happen next? I'm about to tell you I'm Tony Katz. Hammer and Nigel Senator Todd Young here in studio with us. We're on a record homicide pace right now. And I love this place. Senator. I grew up here. I'm a lifer. Nothing broke my heart more than to see local leadership surrender Indianapolis for two days of rioting and windows broken out. Couple people lost their lives. What do you think about the situation specifically in Indianapolis right now would say Hammerin Nigel weekdays three till seven. 93 W II be singing adult BBC dot com Jobs about a lot more than a paycheck. It's about your dignity. Under my plan, 50% of emergency small business relief would be reserved for the smallest businesses to recover from the economic mess were in and to rebuild the economic future. Our country deserves building well for families of color. Building a future worthy of their courage and their ambition. Just imagine we could truly unleash their full potential. I'm Joe Biden candidate for president, and I approve this message paid for by buying for president. Hello there. It's Terry's Daisy. Window man has been a trusted Indianapolis icon since 1995 offering windows, roofing siding and gutters. There are well run family business doing quality work right here in Indy, and.

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Supreme Court Issues Key Rulings on Trump's Finances

WSJ What's News

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court Issues Key Rulings on Trump's Finances

"On the final day of its term, the Supreme Court issued two highly anticipated rulings involving president trump's financial records. One decision clears the way for Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance to potentially view the president's taxes. The other was a mixed decision involving congressional efforts to obtain the president's personal financial documents both were sent back to lower courts for further consideration. Joining me now with more details is our legal affairs reporter Brent Kendall. So rent. The court rejected the president's efforts to block New York subpoena seeking his tax records, but issued a mixed ruling in a related case involving subpoenas from House Democrats. Can you tell us more about these rulings? And why in the congressional case? It was a mixed ruling. On the congressional case we'll start there that the court made pretty clear that it was not at all satisfied with either president trump's position. which the court said would really neuter Congress and make it harder for the legislative branch to do investigation while also being equally dissatisfied with Congress's position here and said look. Lawmakers you're under the belief that you can just get almost anything you want under the Sun, and the the you know, the president here is different. This is about his personal papers, and we really do need to give more scrutiny here to make sure that these requests are targeted and limited and these. Don't harass the president or become a really burdensome on him in some ways that case ended up as kind of a draw, and we will have significant further lower proceedings, and it's. It's hard to know at this point at the end of the day whether Congress is going to get. Any some all of these records that it is seeking the one thing we do know. It's extremely unlikely that they're going to get any of them before the election in November The vans case with a lot clearer and a lot. More of a straight forward and fairly sweeping loss for the president who argued that he was absolutely immune from having his financial information, disclosed or turned over to state prosecutors Wyle. He was in office, and the court flatly rejected that claim and basically sided with newer prosecutors and all their basic. That case isn't completely resolved. either. The president still potentially has more arguments. He can make against the subpoenas which he will certainly try to do in the lower courts, but it did remove a big roadblock for prosecutors in Manhattan who are examining whether President, trump or people close to him violated any state record keeping laws. So these separate cases, both came down and seven to two votes, and the president's appointees neal gorsuch and bright cavanaugh were in the majority. What do you make of that breakdown? While I mean it's a pretty remarkable thing and most of the big cases here right at the end of the term, the chief justice avoided five four rulings, and so for example we had some big religious freedom cases that were issued on Wednesday and have been the kinds of cases in the past. We're liberal justices, all descended and they're. The just got to the Liberals to join with the Conservatives, and what is was a pair of fairly conservative rulings in favor of religious institutions, and then flipping things around today we had the chief justice in the four liberal justices, and the chief was also bring along justices, neal gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh, who are both trump appointees and to the majority in both of these rulings, those two didn't agree on all the same reasoning, but joined the outcomes. We ended up out of the nine justices with only two dissenters justices clarence. Thomas Samuel Alito. Tell us more about what happens next. For these two cases, what questions are now left for the lower courts? especially as we're looking ahead to the November election, even if these issues won't be resolved by then. There are a lot more issues for the lower courts in the congressional cases, basically because the Supreme Court crafted a whole new set of standards, the judges should now look out for these kinds of disputes. I mean the disputes. Themselves are pretty rare, normally congress and the White House work out their differences when Congress wants to have people testify when they want information. But now the court is basically said you lower chords take these new standards. We've articulated that we think will provide some protections to the president as well as some protections to Congress and sort out who's got the better argument here. That's going to take time. The New York case may take a little less time. The president still has some arguments available to him to contest the criminal subpoena here to his accountant's but they're more straightforward at. That courts can deal with more quickly, but even there it's going to take time, and even if he loses and the accountants turnover this information to Manhattan prosecutors. This comes in the context of a secret grand jury proceeding, and it will be many months, if ever, before details of of what prosecutors learn would become public. And the president quickly responded to these rulings on twitter. We are hearing responses. Continue to roll in. Tell me a little bit about your impressions of what he's been saying well, the president has been frustrated with a Supreme Court on several of its rulings, including one day invalidated his cancellation of the Dhaka and program and right after the ruling came out today, and he expressed clear frustration on twitter that this case would continue and express his views that this is sort of a political partisan prosecution that's designed to harass him, and he said that it was not fair to him or his administration. While the president was frustrated with the rulings today. Sivan's in New York. The prosecutor who is leading this investigation was thrilled and said this was a day really where the Supreme Court affirmed the rule of law that is applied to the president, just like everybody else. And he said now his team would get back to doing the business that had been doing of investigating this case and proceeding as it had planned to proceed, while also knowing they're still future battles ahead against president trump and his lawyers as this probe continues. France it's been a busy few weeks as supreme. Court now heads into its recess. Any final thoughts that you're leaving with well. It was a really big momentous term, even though the court ended up hearing less cases than it had planned because of corona virus, but we had these major rulings today on presidential power. We've had blockbuster rulings on religious freedom on gay rights in the workplace on the DACA immigration case. A lot at the court has tackled, and so it will take at at least a little bit of a breather now while we all sort out what's on the horizon. Wall Street Journal. Legal, affairs reporter Brent Kendall Brent thank you so much for joining me sure. Thank thank you.

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Supreme Court rejects – at least for now – government’s request to block Ohio prisoner release plan

The Daily Beans

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court rejects – at least for now – government’s request to block Ohio prisoner release plan

"Court today denied requests by the federal government. Put a temporary hold on an order by a federal court could lead to the release or transfer over eight hundred inmates from a federal prison in Ohio where nine inmates have died from covid nineteen. The inmates victory appeared to be mostly procedural and might probably be fleeting. The court explained that the government had not asked them to block the District Court's most recent order and it indicated that the government could return to the Supreme Court to seek a new stay if circumstances warrant moreover three justices Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neil gorsuch indicated. They would have granted the government's request. Today's order came in a case filed last month by inmates at low security. Federal Prison in Elkton Ohio. The inmates argued that they face disproportionately high risk of contracting covid nineteen because they're in close proximity in an order issued April twenty second the District Court instructed officials at the Bureau of prisons to evaluate elderly and high risk prisoners for transfer out either through some form of early release such as Home Confinement Compassionate Release Parole Community Supervision or by moving them to a different facility. That didn't have an outbreak of COVID. What fucking thought. Inmates returned to the District Court this month to enforce that April twenty second order. They stressed that although the border prisons had identified bureau of Prisons identified eight hundred and thirty seven inmates as elderly. Your high risk. None of them had been released or moved yet. Five or waiting for home confinement while six others have been designated as potentially qualifying for home confinement and on May Nineteenth finding that the bureau of prisons had been thumbing their nose at authority to authorize home confinement. The District Court ordered the government to make full use of the home confinement authority and to reconsider the inmates eligibility without using certain criteria such as amount of time remaining on an inmate sentence. The District Court also ordered the government to act quickly on applications for compassionate release and to explain by May Twenty six today. Why any prisoners? Who were not eligible could not be transferred to another facility where social distancing as possible

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on KCRW

"That has a lot of industrial complexes, many of which have turned rush, and he'd been a champion and tried to bring back. Good job in the two thousand eighteen. Terms Brown won Ohio by nearly seven points in two thousand sixteen Hillary Clinton lost the state by about eight points. Bronze logic is that if he can win Ohio, then you could also win nearby states that are more liberal like, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. And if he can do that, then he could win the White House us McAuliffe. NPR news. This week is the first anniversary of the parkland shooting. And a lot has changed since that terrible day among other things the composition of the US supreme court for the first time in nearly a decade, the justices this spring will take up a gun case under the constitutional microscope will be a New York City gun law that bans carrying a licensed an unloaded handgun outside. The city limits, here's NPR's Legal Affairs correspondent Nina totenberg in two thousand eight the supreme court ruled for the first time that the constitution guarantees are right to own a gun for self defense in the home Justice. Antonin Scalia wrote the opinion striking down the district of Columbia is ban on handguns. We hold it. The second amendment guarantees an individual right to have in use arms for self-defence in the home, and that the district's handgun ban as well as its requirement that firearms in the home be rendered inoperative, violates. That right. The vote was five to four with Justice, Anthony Kennedy casting the fifth and decisive vote the court's opinion did have some important caveats added at Kennedy's insistence, according to knowledgeable sources the court said nothing in its decision should quote cast doubt on various longstanding gun laws, including those banning guns for felons and the mentally ill or those forbidding guns in sensitive places, like schools and government buildings or laws. Imposing conditions on the sale of guns two years later. The court applied the same rules to the states that's still left lots of questions unanswered and in the following decade gun rights activists brought dozens of challenges to existing gun laws across the country. The court, however, refused to hear those challenges leaving in place lower court rulings that almost without exception upheld gun regulations last month. However that changed with Trump appointee Brett Cavanaugh. Replacing the more moderate Justice Kennedy, the court agreed to jump back into the gun debate. In the case from New York UCLA law, professor Adam Winkler, who's written extensively about gun rights says the case is potentially huge how the court rules on this case could have an impact on whether states can ban military style assault rifles or high capacity magazines or adopt red flag laws that enable people who are dangerous to have their guns removed. The New York City ordinance that the court will rule on bars, licensed handgun owners from carrying their guns. Locked and unloaded outside their homes except to any one of the seven shooting ranges inside the city beyond that handgun owners and not allowed to carry their weapons to a second home. Elsewhere in the state or across the Hudson river to New Jersey either or anywhere else in the city at least not without a difficult to obtain licensed to carry those challenging the city ordinance maintained. The law, thus violates their right to bear arms and their right to travel. The lower courts upheld the ordinance as a reasonable attempt at protecting public safety and preventing gun violence in the city, but the supreme court today is far more hostile to gun regulation than it has ever been before. There is little doubt about where eight of the justices stand the courts for liberals have generally deferred to gun regulations while four of the courts conservatives have adamantly questioned most regulations justices Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito. Neal Gorsuch have all written or signed onto dissenting opinions suggesting that they view the right to bear arms as a fundamental right much like the right to free speech. Not an absolute right, but close Trump appointee Brett Kavanagh as a lower court judge expressed a similar view in a lengthy dissenting opinion. He strenuously disagreed with his colleagues when they upheld a ban on salt weapons and high. Hi, capacity magazines in the district of Columbia. He said then quote is not for judges to way public safety in evaluating whether a gun law is constitutional weapons should be permissible if they are in common use today and have not been traditionally band that leaves just one member of the court chief Justice John Roberts, whose views are unknown a decade ago. He was among the five justices strike down a handgun ban in the district of Columbia. But since then he said nothing more about where to draw the line when governments enact on regulations in the name of public safety. Ultimately, his vote in this and other cases in the future will likely be.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of those days that has a lot of industrial complexes, many awake have turned rushed. And he's been a champion and tried bring back. Good job in the two thousand eight. Eighteen midterms Brown won Ohio by nearly seven points in two thousand sixteen Hillary Clinton lost the state by about eight points. Bronze logic is that if he can win Ohio, then you could also win nearby states that are more liberal like, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. And if he can do that, then he could win the White House as McAuliffe NPR news. This week is the first anniversary of the parkland shooting. And a lot has changed since that terrible day among other things the composition of the US supreme court for the first time in nearly a decade, the justices this spring will take up a gun case under the constitutional microscope will be a New York City gun law that bans carrying a licensed an unloaded handgun outside. The city limits, here's NPR's Legal Affairs correspondent Nina totenberg in two thousand eight the supreme court ruled for the first time that the constitution guarantees a right to own a gun for self defense in the home Justice. Antonin Scalia wrote the opinion striking down the district of Columbia is ban on handguns. We hold it. The second amendment guarantees an individual right to have an use arms for self-defence in the home, and that the district's handgun ban as well as its requirement that firearms in the home be rendered inoperative violate. It's that bright the vote was five to four with Justice, Anthony Kennedy casting the fifth and decisive vote. The court's opinion did have some important caveats added at Kennedy's insistence, according to knowledgeable sources the court said nothing in its decision should quote cast doubt on various longstanding gun laws, including those banning guns for felons and the mentally ill or those forbidding guns in sensitive places, like schools and government buildings or laws. Imposing conditions on the sale of guns two years later. The court applied the same rules to the states that still left lots of questions unanswered and in the following decade gun rights activists brought dozens of challenges to existing gun laws across the country. The court, however, refused to hear those challenges leaving in place lower-court rulings that almost without exception upheld gun regulations last month. However that changed with Trump appointee. Brett, kevin. Aw. Replacing the more moderate Justice Kennedy, the court agreed to jump back into the gun debate. In the case from New York UCLA law, professor Adam Winkler, who's written extensively about gun rights says the case is potentially huge how the court rules on this case could have an impact on whether states can ban military style, salt rifles or high capacity magazines or adopt red flag laws that enable people who are dangerous to have their guns removed. The New York City ordinance that the court will rule on bars, licensed handgun owners from carrying their guns. Locked and unloaded outside their homes, except to any one of the seven shooting Rangers inside the city beyond that handgun owners and not allowed to carry their weapons to a second home. Elsewhere in the state or across the Hudson river to New Jersey either or anywhere else in the city at least not without a difficult to obtain licensed to carry those challenging the city ordinance maintain. Pain. The law, thus violates their right to bear arms and their right to travel. The lower courts upheld the ordinance as a reasonable attempt at protecting public safety and preventing gun violence in the city, but the supreme court today is far more hostile to gun regulation than it has ever been before. There is little doubt about where eight of the justices stand the courts for liberals have generally deferred to gun regulations while four of the courts conservatives have adamantly questioned most regulations justices, Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neal Gorsuch have all written or signed onto dissenting opinions suggesting that they've you the right to bear arms as a fundamental right much like the right to free speech. Not an absolute right, but close Trump appointee Brett cavenaugh as a lower court judge expressed a similar view in a lengthy dissenting opinion. He strenuously disagreed with his colleagues when they upheld a ban on salt weapons. And high capacity magazines in the district of Columbia. He said then quote is not for judges to way public safety in evaluating whether a gun law is constitutional weapons should be permissible if they are in common use today and have not been traditionally band that leaves just one member of the court chief Justice John Roberts, who's views are unknown a decade ago. He was among the five justices to strike down a handgun ban in the district of Columbia. But since then he said nothing more about where to draw the line when governments enact gun regulations in the name of public safety. Ultimately, his vote in this and other gun cases in the future will likely be.

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"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"clarence thomas samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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Kavanaugh, Roberts join liberals to reject Planned Parenthood case

Sean Hannity

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

Kavanaugh, Roberts join liberals to reject Planned Parenthood case

"At five o'clock, these supreme court with this new conservative majority has made a ruling liberals would like get stops effort by Kansas and Louisiana to strip Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood, the rejection of the cases by the court Marcus split of its conservative. Judges justices Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch voted to hear the case. Chief Justice, John Roberts and newcomer. Brad Kavanagh did not join them both states had sought to appeal lower court rulings. A block them from withholding money from Planned Parenthood for low income women opponents of abortion had said the organization should not receive government money. A Justice Thomas noted in his opinion at this case had nothing to do with abortion and questioned whether Robertson Kavanagh's decision was motivated

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