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The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

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04:23 min | 9 hrs ago

The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

"The Supreme Court allows extra time for Pennsylvania's mail in ballots by Marc Sherman and Mark Levy. Washington. The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to count mailed in ballots received up to three days after the November third election rejecting a Republican plea in the presidential battleground state. The justices divided four four on Monday an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that required county election officials to receive and count mailed in ballots that arrive up until November sixth. Even if they don't have a clear postmark as long as there is not proof it was mailed after the polls closed Republicans including President Donald Trump's campaign have opposed such an extension arguing that it violates federal law that sets Election Day as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November and that such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers not the courts. The State Republican Party Chairman Lawrence Tavis said the party disagrees with the decision and noting the four four decision. It only underscores the importance of having a full supreme court as soon as possible to be clear. The Supreme Court decided not to grant stay which does not mean the actions of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would withstand a legal challenge to their judicial overreach. Should the court hear the case tape said? Nancy Patty. Mills Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party accused Republicans of trying to sow confusion and disenfranchise eligible voters. This is a significant victory for Pennsylvania voters. Mills said in a statement, the Democratic majority on the state's High Court had cited warnings that postal service delays could invalidate numbers of ballots and surging demand for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic to invoke the power used previously by the state's courts to extend election deadlines during a disaster. Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans call for the court to block the State Court ruling. Justices Samuel Alito Neal Gorsuch Brett. Cavanaugh and Clarence Thomas would have required the state to stop accepting absentee ballots when the polls close on November third. There were no opinions accompanying the order. So it is impossible to say what motivated either group of justices the conservative justices have been reluctant to allow court quarter changes to voting rules close to an election. The court also is weighing a similar issue from Wisconsin but in that case, the ruling being challenged comes from a federal appeals court and the Democrats who are asking the justices to step in. Most states make election day the deadline, but eighteen states half of which backed trump the twenty sixteen election have a post election day deadline with nearly a million votes already cast in Pennsylvania, we support the court's decision not to meddle in our already working system Pennsylvania's Attorney General Democrat Josh Shapiro said in a statement. On, a separate track Republicans in the State House have pressed Governor Tom Wolfe a Democrat to agree to eleventh-hour legislation to eliminate or limit the three days under the court's order. The case is one of many partisan battles being fought in the state legislature and the courts primarily over a male in voting. In Pennsylvania amid concerns that a presidential election result will hang in limbo for days on a drawn out vote count in the battleground state. And Pennsylvania the State Democratic Party and a liberal group the Pennsylvania Alliance for retired Americans had salt an extension of the election day deadline to count mailed ballots. About two point eight, million mail in ballots requested and approximately nine hundred thousand returned democratic registered voters are requesting mail ballots at a nearly three to one ratio over Republicans, and it's September seventeenth ruling the divided state Supreme Court said ballots must be postmarked by the time polls close and be received by county election boards at five pm on November six, three days after the November third election it also said that ballots lacking clear postmark could be counted unless there was evidence that they were mailed after the polls closed.

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Fresh update on "justice john roberts" discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone

On The Edge With Thayrone

01:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "justice john roberts" discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone

"Lot, and I'll just Strap on the feedbag. Listen to Glenn Beck on the radio was that it was the morning and so ah! I'm there and I realized I thought, man, there's nothing there used to be a business on the corner here. It looks like all the windows are papered up kind. I'm knowing on my cheeseburger. My two cheeseburgers, large fries, Dr Pepper in a six piece chicken McNugget, and I thought I'd drive down the whole length of the shopping centre Couldn't see the whole thing from when I was parked. And as I did, it didn't take long to realize that there's nothing there. There's a couple things there, but all these little strip malls now. They've been just devastated. And they all used to be active, full of people selling stuff. I mean, one was a laundromat for what other things and there but it wasn't just this one. But This is a case all over the place. Now, This isn't anything new. Not like all of a sudden I realize that, But I thought I'll just go and see just what the devastation is on this one, because I don't really hang out in that neck of the woods. So Anyway. That this is all part of a Grecian women is shutting down the state is this way, no doubt in other states as well where Democrat run states of completely locked down because of the China murder virus. China Murder virus killed the economy. It is it not a murder virus, man. I'll say it is. It's a straight up murder virus murders, freedom has murdered the economy. I don't know how we turn it around. I really don't know. Whenever you go into a store now, even if you're one of them there, Strip malls or you're in a big box store. You see that The 99.9% of people are wearing those hideous masks. I want to hate the most are those black ones? I hate those black mask. Black masks do not matter. Let's talk about it. One of our Supreme Court justices. Here's why we need Amy Cockney Barrett on the Supreme Court. Case came before the Supreme Court out of Pennsylvania. This was a 4 to 4. Decision, so it got kicked back to the what they call Court of Appeals. So the court of Appeals decision stands and it was a bad decision. U S Supreme Court rejected Republican application to stay the decision of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to grant the Democrat Socialist Party's request. To make several changes to mail in voting Critics have decried is vulnerable to fraud, and they are 100% As I said, in my post of the sun Facebook, this is this is kind of a George Bush ruling. Because John Roberts was putting played by George Bush and had he voted the right way. Ah, this vulnerable to fraud ruling would have been knocked back. Pennsylvania's Supreme Court ruled the ballots received three days after election day will still be counted. Even if there's no evidence they were postmarked on time. How are these things even come up this. This is astounding to me who comes up with this stuff Who suspect and says, Yeah, Let's go along with that election days. Election day that day after Election day. I mean this. How long has it been going on anyway? I know that we ran into this with the counting hanging chads for two weeks, and we ran into this with finding votes in trunks of cars. In Minnesota. But this this is absurd. Taking all this up. This almost codifies screwing it up in terms of date time Supposed to be Election Day, eight PM and whatever your respective time zone is that zit after that doesn't count. Well, that's just enfranchising people. Yeah, it's disenfranchising people couldn't get their act together. And I go vote on time. There are cut offs in life. So the court was split 4 to 4. Chief Justice John Roberts, sided with the court's liberal minority remaining for conservative justices sided with the Republican request. Supreme Court splits for for leaving Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision In the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Rather, I said Circuit Court in place, allowing more time for mail in voting. Why Oh, This. This is horrible. Now, Ted Cruz. Hey pointed out. We need to have 1/9 judge before the election decide close election cases. He's cruise on top of this Judge Bear. It's a possible confirmation. The Supreme Court. We're going to find that out in two days. Guys. I think it's Thursday they vote would provide the ninth Justice needed to avoid avoid 44 decision over post election legal battles. Yes, Amen. We've got to get her in place. She's got to be confirmed. We cannot have Next Tuesday. Go south and we've got John Roberts signing with the psychotic Socialist justices, the legislate from the bench justices can happen. What would be Ah, but we'll get in the way of that. I think right now that everybody's pretty much committed. Stand ready to vote. So why they wait until Thursday. Why is Grandma not having that vote today? What could possibly go wrong? You know, I tell you, one of these, it would go wrong. Ah, there are those that are weak sisters, and they'd say, Well, hang on. We're supposed to this Thursday. If we don't do this Thursday, I'm going to vote from I'm going. I'm going to not vote, so they got to humor them. Now this work Ah! Hunter Biden strives for Lasting and lucrative arrangement with China Nationals. Yeah. Ah, this is a piece that comes down off a Breitbart. And I didn't get to this yesterday. Before we do that. I think someone is crazy enough to want to talk to me on the radio. I could never understand that. Let's see who this is. Hasn't come up yet. Another chance screen will see. Ah well, Brenda, Okay, let's see. Brenda, welcome down the edge. Thank you so much. How are you? I'm fine, Brenda. What? A million years would compel you to call me. I want to talk to me on the radio. Oh, the importance of patriotism. Good. Alright, going. We're trying to secure the integrity of the absentee. Callate Vote count. Are you doing? We're doing well, how are you? How are you doing that What you're doing to ensure Well, I'm with the Election Integrity Fund, and we are a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization way of providing training throughout the state of Michigan. If people go to our website now at Election integrity fund that organ they'll see a schedule of where the trains are taking place. There's why in Rochester Hills receiving at seven o'clock What do you mean? You actually what do you actually do? I mean, where was trainee? We're training poll challengers. Wait. Hang on. Hang on. I can you stick through the break. I took the call. Not realizing we're coming upon a.

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Philadelphia - Supreme Court Allows 3-Day Extension For Pennsylvania Ballots

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00:56 sec | 19 hrs ago

Philadelphia - Supreme Court Allows 3-Day Extension For Pennsylvania Ballots

"Learned the saving in the U. S. Supreme Court deny no Republican request A limit mail in voting in Pennsylvania, ruling the Commonwealth and Count Ballots received up to three days after the election as long as they're postmarked by November 3rd Election Day. Republicans, including President Trump's campaign oppose such an extension, arguing it violates federal law that sets Election Day is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. And that's such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers, not the court chief Justice John Roberts, by the way, joining with three of the liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans Republicans call call for for the the court court to to limit limit and and block block the the state state court court ruling. ruling. Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, of of course, course, is is an an election election battleground battleground state state in in the the presidential presidential election. election. Donald Donald Trump Trump won Pennsylvania and 2016 but is trailing Democratic opponent Joe Biden. In opinion polls this year. Here in the Commonwealth.

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Fresh update on "justice john roberts" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "justice john roberts" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Morning and Bruce Allen. I'm Joan Jones. Teddy Gilman is our producer in just ahead. Presidential debate. Commission unveils new rules for Thursday's final debate The battle for control of the U. S. Senate is heating up ahead of Election Day on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller, the government's expected to charge a major tech company with violations of federal antitrust laws. It's 9, 31 Trump and Democrat Joe Biden will have their microphones cut off in Thursday's debate when the other person is delivering their opening two minute answer to each of the debate topics. Mikes will not be muted during the open discussion portion of the debate those rule changes announced yesterday by the commission on Presidential Debates. Is intended to avoid the constant interruptions of the chaotic first debate. President Trump reacted this morning on Fox News. The whole thing is crazy. This commission I had problems with them four years ago with a Has stifled out my mike during my conversation with crooked Hillary and you know they're muted by Mike. They did a whole thing. They did this to me already. They modulated it at the time, and they actually had to write me a letter of apology. And they did it on purpose. Thursday's 90 minute debate will be divided into 6 15 minute segments, with each candidate granted two minutes to deliver uninterrupted remarks before proceeding to an open debate. A deadlock to U. S. Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania account balance received up three days after Election Day. The justices split four and four, which upholds the state Supreme Court ruling that allowed election officials to receive and count ballots until November 6th even if they don't have a clear postmark. Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans call for the court to block the state court ruling. There were no opinions accompanying the order, so it's impossible to determine what motivated the justices. President Trump is trying a new approach on the campaign trail More from CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry President Trump went to Arizona Monday for a pair of rallies in what's become a crucial swing state. I'd better speak fastest sun is hot. President took a new angle to criticize Joe Biden, tying the Democratic nominee to Dr Anthony Fauci, a member of the White House Corona virus Task force. You know, Bhai wants to lock it down. He wants to listen to.

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High court nominee Barrett to tell senators courts 'should not try' to make policy decisions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | Last week

High court nominee Barrett to tell senators courts 'should not try' to make policy decisions

"Will tell US senators that courts quote should not try to make policy in her opening statement, she will say those decisions should be left to the political branches of government. Senate Judiciary Committee will open hearings on her nomination tomorrow, three weeks before Election Day. And after millions of Americans have already voted. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said today that Barrett should commit to recusing herself from cases involving the affordable care act in the 2020 election in 2017. Barrett wrote the chief Justice John Roberts. Betrayed the tenants of conservative legal analysis. When he upheld the affordable Care act. The high court will hear arguments on the lawn November 10th. Democrats have said Barrett will try to invalidate Obama care if she's confirmed to the court. Coming up on w T o P. We

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Fresh update on "justice john roberts" discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

00:45 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "justice john roberts" discussed on Mike McConnell

"Just who wins the race for the White House. US Supreme Court's clear the way now for the counting of ballots to continue even after the election is over. Ruling affirms the decision of the elections chief in Pennsylvania that ballots that arrive late at the board of Elections will be counted anyway. To split 4 to 4 decision. The court upheld a previous ruling that will require election officials in Pennsylvania to count ballots as long as they're postmarked by November. 3rd. Republicans had argued the extension is an open invitation to cast ballots after election Day. And we create chaos and fraud. But Chief Justice John Roberts appears to have joined the three liberal justices rejecting the Republicans request. Why was a similar policy to count ballots that arrived by mail at the board of Elections after the elections so long as it's postmarked before November, 3rd record number of people are expected to vote absentee this year because of the pandemic. The Hamilton County Board of Elections says it's received 176,000 requests. For mail in ballots and already 100,000 of those have been returned. Director Sherry Poland Scott Sloane's guests coming up at 11 06 this morning and Kenton County. They've been over 24,000 requests for absentee ballots and 14,000 of those have been returned to the clerk's office. Gabrielle soon he's expecting voter turnout. To hit 80% now latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center and preferred cancer care. Live. Better outcome. Schedule your annual cancer screening with you see help by calling 513475 8000 police air with an accident on north bound 75 G eastbound on the Reagan highway. Everybody lined up over on the right hand side at the moment, there may be more medical help coming to that scene, North bound 71 that slows from before the lateral to a broken down. Four Red Bank right wing is blocked off. There's an accident on Albarran at West eighth one facing the wrong direction. Westbound laterals ramp to North Bound 75. Chuck Ingram news radio 700 WLW, now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Rain scattered around the frank status. Morning clouds this afternoon with a high of 64 Slight chance for rain Tonight Low 59 Cloudy, warmer tomorrow. Tomorrow's I guess up to 75. It is 48 degrees. Right now. Debate rules of changing in advance of the final exchange between Joe Biden and President Trump. When the two meet on Thursday night moderator will have the ability to mute the microphone of the participants assumes the questions asked. One candidate will get two full minutes to answer on the microphone of the other candidate will be turned off. Listen, live at nine. Thursday night. Right here on news Radio seven W W will we get another government stimulus check. Lawmakers say there must be deal reached today if it's to be approved before the election. The House speaker and.

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Supreme Court wary of letting states regulate prescription drug   'middlemen'

C-SPAN Programming

02:34 min | Last week

Supreme Court wary of letting states regulate prescription drug 'middlemen'

"The Supreme Court began its 2020 term this week today, a case involving prescription drug prices. The issue is whether federal law prevents states from regulating middlemen known as pharmacy benefit management managers or PM's. Here's a minute of the oral argument. This is the Chief Justice John Roberts, questioning the Arkansas solicitor General Nicholas Brownie. Counsel. Your basic point, it seems to me is that the law regulates drug prices. That's certainly the purpose of it. But what it doesn't say anything about drug prices instead. It talks about what plans have to pay for benefits, the methodology of determining the amount to be paid the timing and procedures for updating payment schedules. The dispute resolution process is remedies. It has things like authorizing, declining to dispense. I mean, at the end of the day, all this might have an impact on drug prices. But it seems to me that it's very different on DH. Those differences really do Goto what Risa is Trying to regulate Your Honor, I I think at the end of the day, the one thing that affects plans and in fact, the only way in which that Arlo actually affects plans, it might alter what plans ultimately paid. Our law does not apply directly to plans are laws directed at PB EMS. On DH. What pm's pay pharmacies. So in that sense, the only effect on a plan or the only effective plan might see might be the possibility that at the end of the day, it might pay a little bit more. But that's the same thing that was true in travelers and travelers when New York regulated what commercial insurers or pain hospitals with the third charges This court acknowledged that the odds were that those surcharges would be passed on to the plans and that might affect how the the benefits packages that the plane might choose to offer. It might influence the choice of administrator but What the court emphasized, is at the end of the day that that's just cost, and it might influence shopping decisions. But ultimately, what's important is it's not dictating substantive planned decision making, and the same thing is true here. We haven't dictated how plans resolve anything. We haven't dictated playing decision making about what to provide or how to provide it or anything like that. All of the mechanisms that your honor referred to really are mechanisms that are PBM mechanisms. The plan. I don't have any insight into any of that stuff and again From a plant's perspective, the only impact will be on prices just like it was true and travelers.

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Ginsburg honored as Supreme Court opens new term Monday

War Room

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ginsburg honored as Supreme Court opens new term Monday

"Court began its do term Monday by remembering the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Justice GINSBURG contributions as advocate jurist and citizen are immeasurable Chief Justice John Roberts Roberts, who continues to lead the court by telephone to the covert 19 Said the justices would hold a full memorial service for Ginsburg once they returned to the courtroom. I'm

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Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg, US Supreme Court opens new term

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg, US Supreme Court opens new term

"Its new term with the remembrance of a dear friend and treasured colleague, the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Chief Justice John Roberts paying tribute to Ginsberg, who died last month as a court resumed its work via telephone. Because of the pandemic. The justices are beginning a new term, with Republicans on the custom, realizing a dream 50 years in the making a solid conservative majority on the court. The Senate could confirm President Trump's nominee for Ginsburg, See Judge Amy Cockney Barrett before Election Day. 9

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Facing a conservative turn, Supreme Court opens new term

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Facing a conservative turn, Supreme Court opens new term

"It's the first Monday in October for the Supreme Court this is a pre court began its new term Monday by remembering the late justice Ruth pater Ginsburg justice Ginsberg's contributions as an advocate jurors depend citizens are immeasurable Chief Justice John Roberts we at the court will remember her as a dear friend and a treasure calling Roberts who continues to lead the court by telephone to the covered nineteen said the justices would hold a full memorial service for Ginsburg once they return to the courtroom I'm showing out there

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Facing a conservative turn, Supreme Court opens new term

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Facing a conservative turn, Supreme Court opens new term

"Basically a conservative turn the Supreme Court opens a new term today with the eight remaining justices meeting by phone president trump's nominee for Ruth beta Ginsburg seat Amy Coney Barrett could be on the bench in time for one of the terms the biggest cases post election day arguments in the latest Republican bid to strike down the affordable Care Act trump has also said he wants are in place for any election related cases her confirmation would cement a six three conservative majority and diminish Chief Justice John Roberts ability to moderate the court's decisions that's because conservatives would have five votes even in cases where Roberts might side with the remaining three liberal justices of solid conservative majority that might roll back abortion rights expand gun rights and shrink the power of government I'm Julie Walker

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Facing a conservative turn, Supreme Court opens new term

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Facing a conservative turn, Supreme Court opens new term

"Basically a conservative turn the Supreme Court opens a new term today with the eight remaining justices meeting by phone president trump's nominee for Ruth beta Ginsburg seat Amy Coney Barrett could be on the bench in time for one of the terms the biggest cases post election day arguments in the latest Republican bid to strike down the affordable Care Act trump has also said he wants are in place for any election related cases her confirmation would cement a six three conservative majority and diminish Chief Justice John Roberts ability to moderate the court's decisions that's because conservatives would have five votes even in cases where Roberts might side with the remaining three liberal justices of solid conservative majority that might roll back abortion rights expand gun rights and shrink the power of government I'm Julie Walker

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at US Supreme Court steps

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at US Supreme Court steps

"Trump says he wants a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg confirmed to this to the Supreme Court ahead of election Day so that a full court can weigh in on any campaign related litigation. This is Mourners pay tribute debater Ginsberg at the Supreme Court. More from CBS's Debra Rodriguez. A public mourning period's began for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who lies in repose, a TTE the top of the building steps. CBS is Skyler Henry Ensberg with remembered as a trail blazer and a fierce advocate for women's rights. This was just a skins Berg's life's work. To insist that the Constitution deliver on its promise that we the people would include all the people. Chief Justice John Roberts said Ginsberg's opinions will guide the court for decades to come. She will live on in what she did to improve the law and the lives of all of us. And yet still, Ruth is gone. We grieve President Trump says it's important to confirm Ginsberg's replacement before the November election. Think it's better if you go before the election? Because I think this this scam that the Democrats are pulling it's a scam. The scam will be before the United States Supreme Court says he'll announce his selection Saturday top

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Chief Justice John Roberts pays tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

All Things Considered

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chief Justice John Roberts pays tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Of fighter and a winner. Just some of the words Chief Justice John Roberts used today to describe his colleague, the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsberg, who died last week of pancreatic cancer, was honored at a private ceremony today in the Great Hall of the Supreme Court, where the chief justice hailed her as a pivotal force for women's rights. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso. It became a rock star instead. But she chose the law. Subjected to discrimination in law school and the job market because she was a woman, Ruth would grow to become the leading advocate fighting such discrimination in court. Ginsberg's flag draped coffin or a casket was placed at the top of the court's front steps of the public and pay their respects to just the second woman to serve on the high court. Justice Ginsburg was 87 years old.

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An army of RBG's clerks gathered to meet her casket

CNN Political Briefing

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

An army of RBG's clerks gathered to meet her casket

"Baiter Ginsberg's flag draped casket was greeted on the steps of the Supreme Court by her fellow justices and former law clerks in a somber and moving seen as three days of official remembrance begins for the late justice in his remarks chief justice. John Roberts described her as the daughter of immigrants who face discrimination because she was a woman in eventually became a Rockstar on the nation's highest court win. She spoke people listened Roberts said RPG will lie in repose outside the Court. So the public. Can pay their respects over the next day and on Friday will lie in state at the Capitol. In that is an honor that no other woman has ever gotten rby breaking barriers to the very end. She'll be buried next week at Arlington National

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Commemorations Begin in Washington, DC

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Commemorations Begin in Washington, DC

"To the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg courts remaining eight justices gathered this morning at the High court. The justices appeared together at the Supreme Court for the first time since the building closed in March. Chief Justice John Roberts spoke during a private ceremony in the Great Hall. Among the words that best describe Ruth. Tough, brave a fighter a winner. It. Also thoughtful, careful. Compassionate honest, Roberts says Ginsberg's opinions into sense will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision. Ginsberg died Friday at the age of 87. She will lie in repose at the court for two days before her casket is moved to the capital. My camp in

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Commemorations Begin in Washington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Commemorations Begin in Washington

"Lined up outside the U. S Supreme Court building to say a final goodbye to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. W. GOP's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. The late justice lies in repose in a flag draped casket that's under the portico of the Supreme Court, where people are slowly walking by paying respects. Earlier, chief Supreme Court Justice John Roberts. Remember Justice Ginsburg during a solemn ceremony in the court's Great Hall. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso. It became a rock star instead. But she chose the law, and he says she used the law to fight against discrimination she experienced as a woman, Ruth would grow to become the leading advocate fighting such discrimination in court. Justice. Ginsberg will lie in repose on Thursday as well and then become the first woman to lie in state at the Capitol on Friday at the U. S. Supreme Court. Mitchell Miller w T o P News And

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Roberts: Ginsburg was 'tough, brave, a fighter, a winner'

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Roberts: Ginsburg was 'tough, brave, a fighter, a winner'

"The supreme court's remaining eight justices gather to pay their respects to their colleague the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg the justices appeared together at the supreme court for the first time since the building closed in March Chief Justice John Roberts spoke during a private ceremony in the great hall among the words that best describe Ruth tough brave fighter a winner but also fought for careful compassionate honest Roberts says Ginsburg's opinions and dissents will steer the court for decades they are written with the unaffected grace of precision Ginsberg died Friday at the age of eighty seven she will lie in repose at the court for two days before her casket is moved to the capital my camp in Washington

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Thousands expected to pay respects as judge lies in repose in Washington DC

Bloomberg Markets

01:15 min | 3 weeks ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Thousands expected to pay respects as judge lies in repose in Washington DC

"To pay their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg over the next two days as she lies in honor atop the Supreme Court Steps. Chief Justice John Roberts let a private ceremony with family and more than 100 of Ginsberg's former law clerks this morning before 183 majority concurring and descending opinions will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision. Ginsberg's absence on the high court could shift its ideological center from Chief Justice Roberts to President Trump's Last nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. More from Bloomberg's Kathleen Hunter could be particularly important when it comes to issues like abortion. That could go before the court and Cavanaugh in particular his propensity to sort of narrowly craft agreement that we've seen our opinions that we've seen so far from him. That could be something that you know becomes very, very decisive. Sources tell Bloomberg Senate Republicans there formulating plans to hold the hearings for President Trump's nominee around October 12th and that could set up a full vote in the Senate. A week of October. 26th President Trump plans to announce his choice to succeed Ginsberg on Saturday. The White House says he will pay his respects to her tomorrow. The government

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Honored At The Supreme Court

Morning Edition

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Honored At The Supreme Court

"To imagine that something can be different and suggesting that Ruth Bader Ginsburg achieved that. Speaking to a rather small group of friends and family and the socially distant times in the Great Hall of the United States. Supreme Court hears Chief Justice John Roberts, Jane Jim, the entire Ginsberg family. On behalf of all the justices, spouses of the justices. The entire Supreme Court family. I offer our help heartfelt condolences. The loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That loss is widely shared. We know that it falls most heavily on the family. Justice Ginsburg's life was one of the many versions of the American dream. Her father was an immigrant from Odessa. Mother was born four months after her family arrived from Poland. Mother later worked as a bookkeeper in Brooklyn. Ruth used to ask What is the difference between a bookkeeper in Brooklyn and a Supreme Court justice? Her answer one generation. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso. It became a rock star instead. But she chose along. Subjected to discrimination in law school and the job market because she was a woman, Ruth would grow to become the leading advocate fighting such discrimination in court. She was not an opera star, but she found her stage right behind me in our courtroom. There. She won famous victories that helped move our nation closer. Equal justice under law. To the extent that women are now a majority in law school's not simply a handful. Later she became a star on the bench. She sat for 27 years. For 183 majority concurring and descending opinions. Will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision. A voice in court and in our conference room was soft. When she spoke, people listened. Among the words that best describe Ruth. Tough, brave fighter a winner but also fought for Careful.

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'I will dearly miss my friend,' 'Loved her to pieces,' Colleagues say of RBG

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'I will dearly miss my friend,' 'Loved her to pieces,' Colleagues say of RBG

"The remaining eight Supreme Court justices and two former colleagues are speaking out about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday. At age 87. The justices all wrote of Ginsberg's on Dying devotion to the Law, and her Grace has a colleague. Chief Justice John Roberts describes her as a jurors to historic stature. A cherished colleague into tireless and resolute champion of justice. Justice Clarence Thomas calls Ginsberg a dear colleague and friend, a superb judge who gave her best and exacted the best from each of us whether an agreement or disagreement While Justice Sonia Sotomayor calls Ginsberg a path breaking champion of women's rights and American hero who spent her life fighting for the equality of all people, Retired Justice David Souter wrote. Ruth Ginsburg achieved greatness before she became a great justice, adding, I loved her to pieces.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on WWL

"Chief Justice John Roberts cited the Texas precedent in his decision to side with the courts more liberal members and go against the Louisiana law. Here's the local weather expert forecasts. I think most of us are really noticing the heat this week as we continue with a warm evening temperatures in the eighties feels like temperatures, though in the nineties tonight partly to mostly cloudy, just the slimmest chance for an overnight shower. Most of us stay dry with temperatures in the middle to upper seventies. Tomorrow highs near 93 feeling more like low one hundred's, though with the humidity and a 20% chance for a couple of isolated storms and very similar Wednesday and Thursday, with highs near 94 about a 20% rain chance both days. From your local weather. Expert Forecasts Center I'm WWL TV meteorologist Alexandra Cranford. I'm first Miller WWL First news for the latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona virus. WWL Sports Flash is another former number one overall pick headed to the Saints in 2020 after already adding former Tampa quarterback Jameis Winston this offseason. The Saints are said to be one of the two finalists for the services of 2014 Top draft pick Jadeveon Clowney coming off down here, where he tallied just three sacks in Seattle, but He totaled nine or more sacks in each of the previous two seasons in Houston, Story was reported by Tony Paulina Pro football network who says the Dallas Cowboys, but the other team founding reportedly has in his top two preferred destination. WWL sport class brought to you by Bud Light Drink, Bud Light, the official beer, The Saints, all the latest on the ST L s U and the pelicans follow us on Twitter. I am FM or visit wwl dot.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mention that Chief Justice John Roberts who was not mentioned by Chucky issued a stinging rebuke rebuke saying that justice is no that criticism comes with the territory threatening statements from the highest levels of government a not only inappropriate the dangerous in addition hats off to professor Larry tribe professor Laurence tribe of Harvard Law School who is a a liberal icon within the legal community he wrote these remarks by that senator Schumer were inexcusable Chief Justice Roberts was right to call him on his comments I hope the senator whom I have long admired this is Larry tribe and consider a friend apologizes and takes back his implicit threat it's beneath him in his office so here we have Larry tribe a green and probably for the first time with Mitch McConnell it ended in agree with me for the first time McConnell reference the shooting at a baseball field I mean words have consequences and there are ninety people on both the far right and the far left this country there was that Google bird down in Florida who was driving around with the the truck with all the signs about how much she loved president trump who is threatening to bomb places and then Mitch McConnell refers to the shooting of Steve Scalise congressman Steve Scalise at a baseball practice three years ago on a on a June morning this is cut nineteen were up less than three years ago course.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on KOMO

"Justice John Roberts will be sworn in and then all one hundred senators will be sworn in as jurors Majority Leader Mitch McConnell the houses our his overall the Senate for calm is at hand it's time for this proud body to honor our founding purpose he still is not set up any witnesses will be called during the trial the onetime movie power broker was accused by numerous women of sexual assault once his trial moved out of New York City party wants to renew his demand for a change of venue in eighty seven page motion that argued the vast majority of prospective jurors have been tainted by a deluge of pre trial publicity the defense also cited what it called a carnival like atmosphere that includes reporters and cameras celebrity press conferences and protests ABC's Erin to Turkey dials up one sixty six you're listening to ABC news stay informed como morning news eight oh two right now Thursday morning cloudy skies here in downtown Seattle mostly dry thirty seven degrees along with great Herschel time by the factor here the top stories from the come on twenty four seven news center a road rage incident last night there university places taken the life of a dupont man we get the details from Cuomo's Brian Calvert's witnesses say a Chevy Silverado was being driven erratically down chambers creek road after passing several vehicles the pickup came to a stop in the middle of the lane the driver got out and waved a gun at the two men in the pick up directly behind him a passenger in the truck right behind him had a hand gun they got out of the short confrontation shots fired use county.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Chief Justice John Roberts will come from the Supreme Court be sworn in to preside over the Senate impeachment trial after that all one hundred US senators will be sworn in for the trial as well this as new evidence continues to come in seemingly linking president trump to Rudy Giuliani's efforts to pressure Ukraine's president to do personal political favors indicted Giuliani associate left harness making the rounds of cable shows saying he delivered an ultimatum and made to the up coming at the incoming president of Ukraine that no senior U. S. officials would attend his inauguration and all American aid would be withheld if an investigation into Joe Biden was not announced and he tells C. N. N.'s Anderson Cooper many top officials knew about it including vice president Mike pence well the flavors present everything we're doing now I'm sure he was a new he was on a whim broke up of course you know everybody knows that with everybody there close close to trump's know though that this was a thorn in the side and this was a serious situation Russian lawmakers are set to quickly approve the appointment of a new prime minister today a day after president Vladimir Putin kicked off an unexpected reshuffle of his inner circle that could keep him in power indefinitely Putin announced he's working to carve out a new governing position for himself after his current six year term ends in twenty twenty four the Taliban say they've given the U. S. envoy a document outlining their offer for a temporary ceasefire in Afghanistan to last between seven and ten days the Senate this morning takes up expected to pass the new trade deal with Canada and Mexico I'm Michael to scan Brooks review by with bank member FDIC ways interns very based on credit history Amazon is not a sponsor of this promotion offered on the problem products ninety days after today other restrictions apply see website for details how.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

06:43 min | 10 months ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"As it's Gone Wall Street Journal. Reporter underlaw Hoffman. Thank you so much. Glad to beer after Wednesday's lengthy debate and vote the next stop for the articles of impeachment is the Senate. The constitution requires the chief justice of the Supreme Court. Preside over a Senate trial of the president. So it will be on Chief Justice John Roberts Roberts to take on that role. It's more public one for Roberts. Most of the High Court's proceedings take place behind closed doors and the Senate impeachment trial of president. Trump is shorts contract. Plenty of attention joining me now. From Washington with more details his Wall Street Journal reporter Jasper Raven so just before we get to you chief justice Robert Specific Role. What can you tell us about? How the impeachment trial in the Senate will work well actually? We don't really know to a large extent because the Senate has not adopted rules for this specific trial there are guidelines that the Senate adopted in nineteen eighty six before there were any twentieth century impeachment trials and they suggest that There will be the Senate will meet in the afternoon. There will be. Obviously a prosecution led by the house managers and a defense By the president's lawyers and there will be a presiding officer. That's the chief justice of the United States. The constitution actually requires that the chief justice preside when the president is Tried in an impeachment proceeding. We know that there have to be two thirds of the senators present voting to to convict otherwise The president would be acquitted of the impeachment charges. So we know those things we know as well that in contrast to a typical trial where the trial judge runs the show and while there can be objections. His decisions those Those have to be decided decided by higher courts Down the line in this court of impeachment as it's known the jury actually outranks the judge and can overrule him so so If the chief justice were to make a decision about Admitting evidence or particular arguments or whether to call a witness the Senate could by a simple majority vote overrule him And that's again something very different. It's like Having seven jurors Able to overrule the trial judge When he decides whether certain evidence is going to come in or not to criminal trial so that's one one distinction and in fact the The chief justice. It doesn't even have to make a ruling the nine hundred six guidelines say that he can choose to simply let the Senate vote he can punt and let them vote on those questions. uh-huh themselves directly so obviously impeachment is a highly polarizing issue and you write about how the presence of Justice Roberts could actually serve to calm that partisanship tell us a little bit more about given his history the role he might play here how he might direct proceedings. Well he's got very few precedents to go on on their only two prior Impeachment trials of a president and one one per century basically so there aren't a lot of simple models from to follow so but the chief justice runs the Supreme Court courtroom with a firm but not insensitive hand so he knows how to run proceedings. There's very little incentive for any of the parties to try to take him off because he will remain a very powerful figure in other settings for many years. Here's to come. Whether he can somehow alter the character of the town of the proceedings themselves is hard to say what he can do set. An example of how a federal judge behaves and how a judicial officers take their job and at a time when the judiciary like other institutions is under a a lot of criticism including From the president himself that may be valuable example to show to the public or turn of Li. It may not if things get out of hand and he you can't control it and it's a political circus and he is overwhelmed by it that that too will communicate a message. I don't think any of US expects that but A lot of unexpected things have happened in recent. Isn't years jazz as you point out aside from this impeachment trial president trump also has a lot of issues that are going to be coming before the Supreme Court which obviously Justice Roberts it sits on. That's a I think a a really important part of the dynamic to To keep in mind in this trial in this event although the the chief justice justice will have his black robes and he'll be sitting at the rostrum and you'll appear like a lordly magistrate overseeing these events The fact that he actually has on paper relatively little power because he can be so easily overruled by a majority of the Senate but coming up in the months ahead our are other matters involving president trump. Very important to whether he keeps his job in November when There will be another election. And what happens to him when he eventually leaves office. And that's because one of his important policies are currently in the hands of the Supreme Court For example the DACA program the temporary relief for for illegal immigrants brought to the US children president trump has sought to cancel that Obama era program. Lower courts have stopped him. The Supreme Court heard arguments about this and is going to decide. Probably June whether that program can be cancelled by the president or whether he has to take another crack at the rationale for ending it. Maybe even more more important the president has been fighting to stymie. A number of subpoenas issued by House committees and the The New York county prosecutor Cyrus Vance for his financial records these subpoenas Goto his accounts into banks for a house and state. Investigators reviewing hush money payments humans to stormy Daniels and other aspects of his accounting. That have raised questions if the Supreme Court is GonNa hear arguments in that in March. They won't won't be televised. Perhaps they'll be live audio. We don't know yet. That case also will be decided likely in June and that decision may have a tremendous effect on The president's future and how he is perceived so the fact that we can see Chief Justice Roberts behaving now may in fact color the way we look at what the Supreme Court ultimately does since he As the head of the federal judiciary really embodies that Third Branch of government. All right so plenty more to come here Wall Street Journal reporter Jesper even even joining me from Washington. Thank you so much just anytime. And that's what's news for this Thursday afternoon. I'm Marie for totally for the Wall Street Journal. Thanks for listening and..

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"We report that Goldman Sachs is in talks to admit guilt and pay a two billion dollar fine to resolve a criminal investigation for its role in a wide ranging Malaysian corruption scandal. Joining me now with more details Wall Street Journal. Reporter Liz Hoffman. Let's take a quick step back and just remind listeners of the context of this S. scandal. This is pretty wide ranging. This is widely seen as the largest financial fraud in history there was a government fund in Malaysia called one MD and it was extensively there to help develop the economy development. Projects Goldman helped raise about six and a half billion dollars through bond offerings to its clients. Prosecutors leaders in the US and Asia say most of that got stolen my couple of people that primarily a Malaysian national named Jolo and his associates who include two former former Goldman bankers and Some officials from the Middle East as well so just like a massive massive theft and a lot of that money has been lost forever. Probably some of it has been recovered real estate and other other things that governments around the world have seized yacht some art but this is like a great rate Heist Caper so Liz tell me more about your exclusive on Goldman Sachs and its talks with the US government. What exactly would this settle? It depends how broad it gets at the moment. Goldman is talking only really to the Department of Justice which is one of several agencies. That's been looking into this. So would settle the most serious criminal charges against the bank for violating federal anti bribery laws. It would probably not settle related matters with securities and Exchange Exchange Commission which usually have to do with broker dealers and disclosures to investors. It would not settle an investigation Malaysia which has been ongoing. So there's some loose threads here golden and would like to wrap it up sort of comprehensively the probably GonNa have to do it in pieces. How have the allegations wait on Goldman? It's certainly weighed on the stock price. It's widely seen as something that's been pushing down the stock price just because investors don't know how big a problem it's going to be. It's also been a reputational problems. People have to go out and pitch their business and there's headlines all the time about corruption bribery and it's just a bad bad luck all around. What are the other loose ends not involving Goldman that have it to be tied up here on Jolo remains at large the US government would like to prosecute him? He's sort of last known to be in China but they don't have him. There's another Goldman banker who was extradited from Malaysia. Here there are some you know. Both golden bankers one has pleaded guilty. He'll need to be sentenced. The other has pleaded not guilty in. We'll either need to be tried or have that wrapped up and you know there's some other banks. Deutsche Bank has been sort of implicated in this and this is the first bond offerings want him to be was started about ten years ago the first bond offerings two thousand twelve zoo really been a long running scandal and it's only gotten wider.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Deciding that's that's a lot of big cases that a lot of money. That's healthcare healthcare yeah. It's a lot stealing elections. Stealing Elections Yeah Gay Marriage Asa ruled on the census he swung and and ruled against having the citizenship question on the census recently that that that really well he was the one who is like you have to give me a better reason oh right right right about our as well because of the timeline of it. It's like to stay offs so it's yeah he's. He's very difficult. He's hard to pin down. Yes not like he's you. It's funny because usually if you're you know Republican conservative like I know more people who are socially a liberal but fiscally conservative yeah and that's not really what he that's not a definition for him at all. He's very socially conservative but yeah because of his healthcare stands could also argue that he's like more fiscally liberal raw yeah. It's really he's an odd duck. Yeah I would love to have a cup of coffee with Chief Justice John Roberts I'll call US Assistant Hall Bill You Call Them Yeah and then finally I have to random fun facts. I didn't know where to put gray. In the Dow hit rate's GONNA WE'RE GONNA end with these ran oven back. When administering the oath of office to Obama on his first inauguration Robert said the wrong word caused Alibaba stumble and they ended up having to do a Redo a few days later to do it correctly because like why in front of thousands of people million and you can see Obama's like that's not right like you see it on his face and he's like wait? What did he say? Do we know what he said. I don't know this is like a small like switch of words and Obama was like legit because they're doing it by like isn't John's not reading. He's doing memory and are you saying he couldn't memorize his lines award show. I think he got nervous. I thinking about an answer. This would have been I unless he did maybe he did the inauguration for Bush's second term then maybe this was this baby's first inauguration. I would be nervous to doing Santa for I I. It's like Oh my God. I would blackout yeah I did. I went out so did a ceremonial Redo to be like let's make sure we say the right words so nobody can be like the the oath wrongs therefore you're not president well. That's okay. Here's a lizzy question. Do we think in the two days that they were they. Were doing this Redo that is he. A valid president is I think I think he is I because it's like the Ozias ceremony and like yesterday the Constitution that like this oth needs to be administered but like to become president of the United States you have to win the electoral college right and he doesn't say to become the president of the United States. You have to say the oath of office that's true. It's just like I just write. The two things aren't laying finally united to win the Electoral Electoral College and you need to swear an oath. We're not going to find that oath. That's GonNa come later later. Trust me down the line where you're gonNA pin that right but the two aren't linked yeah I think personally I guess it makes sense because they couldn't be linked because then you have l._B._J.. Taking the oath of office on the plane after Kennedy shot and he was not elected by the college yeah that makes sense well yes he was technically elected by electoral college to be vice president right wow tricky wow one last one back associatively I chose. I just thought it was so funny. When in his Undergrad at Harvard he wrote his thesis is one hundred seventy five page thesis on the fall of British liberalism so niche?.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chief Justice John Roberts siding with the supreme court's liberal justices today Roberts voting with the five to four majority blocking Louisiana's abortion access law from going into effect ABC news legal analyst, Royal Oakes. Breaking down the ruling it's probably too early for Republicans to claim the chief is going David suitor on them. But this is yet another high profile case where chief Justice John Roberts has joined the courts liberal bloc is not a final decision, but suggests the courts new swing vote is not inclined to dismantle Roe versus Wade. The state law would have required doctors to have mid and rights to a hospital within twenty miles of where an abortion procedure was being performed the richest man in the world is accusing the National Enquirer of extortion and blackmail, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says the newspaper's parent company threatened to publish nude photos that he had originally texted to his mistress. However, the inquirer said, they would not publish the photos if the multi-billionaire. Said publicly that he had no evidence at the inquires coverage of him was politically motivated and finally the Denver public school. Board has issued a statement urging the Denver public school district and the teachers union to reach a contract deal to avert a strike on Monday. We believe that the district and DC TA can come to an agreement board member Jennifer bacon says if there is a strike on Monday, the walkout will negatively impact. Many in our area from parents cannot afford to keep their students at home or go without services provided these schools students who will miss critical instructional time and to teachers who made the tough decision to go without pay a press conference today. The board says it has faith in the new superintendent Susannah Cordova that she will work to secure a new deal with the teachers union also while she's preparing for a possible teacher walkout. Our next news update at ten o'clock. I'm Roger Hudson on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"I think we're beyond the soft gentle term anymore. Just like you said there's there's no crying in baseball. There's no gentle at the supreme court anymore. It's just by virtue of who's up there and our times and this divided government. I think that the the most likely grant would be in the partisan gerrymander situation where it's actually an appeal from situations in north caroli-. Mina in Maryland. Essentially, forcing the justices hand on whether they're going way into these. Really politically charged disputes over how legislatures draw their election maps. We're voters are packed or cracker. Whatever into these districts that end up essentially, rigging the outcomes by virtue of where people are able to vote and for which kind of candidates in district's throughout a state. I think that they will have to take it up giving the posture that these appeals are coming from North Carolina and Marilyn so that that is one to wait into that is a case that's kind of case the chief definitely does not want to be a part of as we saw in what he wrote in the Wisconsin case of last term where he said, you know, if we start taking on these these disputes substantively, if we rule for for example, a democratically controlled legislature won't the public thing that we. Favor democrats. And conversely, if we rule for Republican dominated legislature won't people see that. I mean when he said that it will arguments he was revealing again, the lens through which he is seen the court in the public eye. And I think that can't help but affect his actions on many cases, but but this one nonetheless will be before the justices, and I think the the folks challenging these partisan gerrymanders are going to try to make the case that if the court does not intervene and set some standards they will actually be seen as part of the political problem not exacerbating, the political problem. I feel as though if this podcast had a subtext, it would be John Roberts between a rock and a hard place in about twelve different interational. And I want to just say Joan, I know you're quite literally writing a first draft of history as it's happening under your feet trying to understand John Roberts as he is. I think Morphing in front of us in some ways has to be a both confounding and fascinating. And I just I can't tell you how much I appreciate you taking a little time to help us understand as I said, I think the most intriguing quiet banned in America. So we look forward to your book. I can't wait to have you back to talk about it. Joan scoop it covers the court for CNN her book the chief the life in turbulent times of chief Justice John Roberts will come out. This March Joan thank. You so very very much for being with us today. Thank you Dahlia, it's always a pleasure to talk about the court. And that is a wrap for this episode of amicus happy twenty nineteen. Thank you.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"Really look at look at how you you you nine divided. Exactly, according to the the presidential parties from from whence you came. But he he went with the liberals, but I'm telling you that it's it wasn't that that momentous because the lower court judge in that case judge j Bibey a we certainly know flaming lib of a tried and true conservative appointed by George W Bush to was head his own inordinate attention, as you know, for many of his own policies when he was in the Bush administration. He he himself had rejected the government's attempts to defend the policy as lawful. A J by be on the ninth circuit said asylum would be become the quote hollowest of rights if foreigners fleeing to the US for fear of persecution face, these new Trump restrictions that condition eligibility on where the would be refugee tried to enter the country and on that kind of criteria criteria that had nothing to do with asylum itself. So would John Roberts was doing as he joined with the other with the four liberals of the court was not it was not adopting any kind of radical view. First of all, they weren't even voting on the merits. You know, it was just does this policy take effect or does it not, you know, it was a a stay motion as you know, and, you know, in effect, he was he was joining a an action that just affirmed the fact that is judged by behead noted below you know, for for six more than six decades supreme court head. The United States it except you refugees fleeing personal danger in their home countries, you know, based on laws treaties everything else that had nothing to do with where they entered the country. You know what I mean? So so you know that that is one caution. I would read into it to say again, these are preliminary nuanced actions were seen from him. And please do not lose sight of where he voted with the majority and wrote the opinion Trump versus why in June to uphold a President Trump's policy banning certain people from Muslim majority countries to things you're saying are worth teasing out the new asylum. Rules is a really good example of the story. John Roberts wants to tell playing out. So we have a district court who stays the original roles and says look plainly the statute does not contemplate what Trump is saying. We can now do then it bounces up to the night circuit J Bibey as you say who's forever going? To be attached to the torture memos rock rib Republican agrees. So that you have judges coming together. Despite who appointed them in this case coming together to strike down something that Trump does and that works and so for.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"Protect the third branch in in ghetto our democratic system, I think it's very important to him as an institution. Listen, I think we know those sorts of themes were in his Affordable Care Act decision when he went with the liberals, and he has not live. Down that vote in the mind of of conservatives, and that that is one model for where he might go in the near and long future long term future with the court buffeted. So, but I do not think there will be a distinct pattern ideologically, I think he will. I don't think he is predictable on certain cases. I do think he will be nuanced. I think that he'll take each term one at a time but with his eye to the long game and again things like race and religion and probably reproductive rights. He will be more predictable than he would be on some things having to do with executive power and the policies of Donald Trump. So I think that's the single most important thing that I have noted, and I I think we're in agreement is that he's not moving to the left and anybody who thinks John Roberts is drifting, Allah, John Paul Stevens or elevated. Souder even Ella. Anthony Kennedy to the left is overstating it what he is doing is a protecting the reputational interests of the courts and be plotting a long long course, I mean, he may be the chief Justice for decades, and he doesn't have to rush. And then I think what you're saying is he's doing a thing number C. Which is there are areas that he is passionate about and I agree with you racist. Clearly, one of them, suspect reproductive rights. He's not going to defect on those. But on issues where these are not his frontline concerns. And and I'm mindful of the second iteration of the Affordable Care case where he essentially said in when he voted with the liberals like, please don't ask me to carry water for crackpot theories straight. I'm not going to do every single thing that Obama haters asked me to do, and it seems that that's where the fault line. Line will be that. He will be very very consistent on the things that matter deeply to him. But on some of this stuff. It's just not going to be worth it for him to take a reputational hit either personally or for the court. And I wonder if that maps on if I'm correct about that Joan does that map on to the cases he is so far brushed away. Just in the last couple of weeks. You know, he's he's voted not to allow Trump's Justice department, you know, to to stymie the census citizenship case to stymie climate change lawsuit. He does not want to get involved as you said in this Planned Parenthood reimbursement case, it does that map onto what we're describing. Which is these are just not areas of interest for him. I think I think to an extent. But also, I think what he's doing it. He's he's taking small preliminary steps in. I think a good example is the most recent one from right before the holidays when the supreme court rejected by a five four vote. The Trump administration's effort to enforce the new policy at the board at the southern border denying silent people who crossed between ports of entry and entered the country illegally. He was with the liberal justices in this case breath, Kavanagh did go with the the conservatives, but John Roberts was with the liberal justices to to endorse the lower court's decision. Forbidding the policy to take affect because it it likely violates federal law. So the supreme court's action kept in place a lower court injunction while the litigating on the merits of the policy continues. It was not a vote on the merits. I got so many emails saying, wow, you know, he's definitely, you know, this is this is the new John Robert. But I think I think there it was one of those votes that first of all was. Not did not cost too much in terms of his own ideology. First of all it followed by just about a month. His statement that there are no such things as among judges Clinton judges Bush judges Trump judges, and if he had been with the conservative, you know, I think we all would have said, oh, yeah..

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"Joan what you're saying is we can't just look at this on a sort of left right axis or social conservative were movement conservative versus progressive access. This is really now becoming at least in John Roberts mine. A deeply fought conversation about loyalty to the president. And who is in the tank for the president, and that the legitimacy of the court isn't just eroded by. You know, conservatives vote, you know, for guns and against affirmative action. But the laser focus in John Roberts. Mine is the concern that the court becomes a rubber stamp for Trump. And that is the issue. That's animating some of this pushback. And then what? Else? Dalia, you know, if I learned anything from dealing with John Roberts over the past three years as I was working on this book and meeting with him and talking to people close to him is that he has a terrific ability to see out into the future years ahead of what's going to come next. So I think that he's not only worried about exactly what's happening now with President Trump. But I think he's worried about a potential backlash and what happens. What happens down the road when when the Democrats take control which inevitably it some point they will likely take control. What about, you know, this talk of maybe expanding the number of justices on the supreme court. You and I think that is going to go nowhere because I actually have those I feel like oh come on. You know, really, you know, after all these years finally ITO, congress is going to expand the membership of the court just so that. They can water down. You know, the the Trump in a conservative influence. I tend to think it might not go anywhere. But, but the that's talk as you know, people are talking about potentially expanding the number of justices. And I think John Roberts sees it. And he sees other potential moves by the opposite side, not by conservative. But by liberals down the road that could also challenge the supreme court's impartiality enroll in American. I think he's trying to head off that kind of thing too. Seriously. I think that he's I think that that he he is not existing only in this moment. He's he's very good. At at looking ahead. He was a student of history as you know, he was a a history major at Harvard and at one point thirty we'd get a PHD in history. But I think he's he's very shrewd in how he looks to the future. And that anything he did in November in that that statement that he gave to the Associated Press in the next ended too. All reporters didn't capture his thinking for that moment to captured his thinking for what would come next. I'm so glad you said that Joan because I think when he said that an awful lot of folks said this is actually there's a straight line from his balls and strikes stuff at his own hearing. You know, once you put on the black robe, you become this Iraqi leader, but you know, nonpartisan thing and that he was extending that when he made his statements about there's no such thing as a Trump judges and Obama judges, and I think a lot of progressives balked it. Because short sounds like he's defending the institution. But he's also making a normative argument that is really bad for progressive, which is the judges are magic. And that he's been skating on that balls and strikes things for a long time. An awful lot of the Trump nominees who have gotten through on the lower courts make similar statement. You don't mind what I wrote in this polemical. Blog post about Hillary Clinton being the devil. Because once I put on my black robe. I too will be magic..

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"Not just at you know, a Odom judges, but you know, at all judges on the ninth circuit at any judge who strikes down his travel ban. You know, he he has attacked the court not just the supreme court, but all article three courts in ways, we've never seen. And so we have 'institutionalised John Roberts sort of stepping into a role where he's going to protect the legitimacy of the court at the expense of his own, you know, political predilections there's a third factor, which is the cavenaugh hearings. Which really dramatically I think polarize the country specifically probably activated. A lot of women are using ways in which that third component the acrimony and the ugliness around. The Cavanaugh hearings is also making John Roberts act differently than he might have acted in the month since October. Yes, I think he is exceleron added. His public statements about the court being separated from politics. What many people don't remember is right after Neal Gorsuch was confirmed in April two thousand seventeen John Roberts was speaking on a campus Rensselaer polytechnic up in New York and didn't didn't get a lot of coverage. But he happened to say at that point. He stressed that. While the turmoil related to Justice Scalia is death the Merrick guard. Ireland nomination that went nowhere for a year. And then the final nomination and confirmation of Neal Gorsuch while that was all going on. He made a point to his audience that the court was acting through that time with just eight members in a nonpartisan way taking cases one at a time. You know, he wanted he he conveyed that message. It didn't get as much attention. As the message is referred to later in October of two thousand eighteen after brick Kavanagh's very Avala toll confirmation when he stressed about. How he picked up a line. In fact, from Brett Kavanagh that judges don't align themselves with one side of the aisle or the other that they are neutral, and that got much more attention. And I think he wanted it to get much more attention because obviously the cabinet nomination. Fight was a much much uglier much more public much more divisive than the Gorsuch one. But he has always feared he is set out loud on numerous occasions that he fears that after a heated confirmation battle that the public can't help it take away the idea that any new Justice is going to be driven by politics. Just as the confirmation battle was cloaked in politics. So he he made the statement in October up at the university of Minnesota, I think because of the cabinet nomination. And then I think because of the continued fallout again from what President Trump has said. But also the battle that he's fighting for his his own courts, reputation and stature in America right away. You know before thanksgiving he made that statement about you know, there's no such thing as Obama judge. There's no such thing as Trump judger Bush judge that was not chief Justice. John roberts. Does not do anything spontaneously. He had gotten request to speak to the topic of President Trump's derision of judges from. The Associated Press from our Sherman, which I thought that Mark drew something important out of the chief. But it was not a spontaneous statement in my mind. It was a statement that the chief had been waned for a while. I'd been talking to lower court judges who had been hoping that the chief would speak out against the president because of their own concerns about the judiciary's reputation. But I also know that the chief is has been for longtime concerned about how people might be regarding the supreme court itself, and how politicized it's gotten. You know, he's you'd think of how he voted in the case of Trump versus Hawaii on the president's Muslim-majority band last June..

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"I'm almost at the point when John Roberts tux about tone or civility. I feel like he's hiding something. I feel like it's a way for him to not talk about something that is demonstrably wrong in problematic, and again, I feel like I'm being unfair. I'm for civility yours for civility were all civil. But it feels like it's part of a cover up and the more John Roberts talks about the need for sued civility in the judiciary. The more it feels like he saying, please don't talk about things that are really problematic. I think we're at a very interesting point with John Roberts as leader of the third branch and questions of how he will manage the conservative majority in what sorts of signals. He wants the public to receive especially in light of two things. One is President Trump's complaint about the judiciary? But the other is the very real fact that this court is divided five four along partisan, political ideological lines. There's no getting around the fact that John Roberts in the other four conservatives were were nominated appointed by Republican presidents in the four liberals who are mainland descent on the big cases now were appointed by democratic presidents. And he even before this moment had put a lot of attention in to argue against the fact that there are. That they do not work as Democrats or Republicans. That was something he was saying from almost the moment he was confirmed in two thousand five and he's heightened that rhetoric in part because of Donald Trump and his complaints against judges. And the fact that he will often tag judge by naming the president to appointed him when he complained about an Obama judge who had ruled against his new asylum policy. Now what I think is happy with the chief, especially with Justice Kennedy's retirement is that he is overseeing court that is more divided along conservative liberal lines. And he is trying to counter a public perception of partisanship of political motivations and ideology that really is not based so much on law, but on more political inclinations, so I think the kinds of. Statements that we're hearing from him respond again in part to what Donald Trump said. But mainly to send a signal about the court. He's overseeing when he says we do not have Obama judges or Trump judges Bush judges are Clinton judges. He's talking about the perception, I believe of his own five to four court, not just the way Donald Trump has described this court, and I think that he's been trying to counter this for a while. And you know, he he himself. I think in some of his recent actions in votes is trying to send a signal that he cannot be as predictable as he might have been, you know, for years he had to dance around Anthony Kennedy as this centrist jurists whose vote he needed whose vote he had to. Woo. But who also essentially gave the court some cover because Anthony Kennedy. Nineteen eighty-eight. Ronald Reagan Republican appointee was not predictably conservative, and I'll cases especially not on social policy cases. You know? He he cast a key vote to uphold affirmative action on couch campuses. He was the voice of gay rights and of new right to same sex marriage. So he just as Kennedy embodied the notion that there is nothing that you can't describe someone as a Republican judger democratic judge without Kennedy. The court is much more divided. Exactly along those lines and John Roberts is now the the median, and he is no centrists conservative with a record of joining the left on closely watched social policy disputes as Kennedy was and the instincts of John Roberts who rose in Washington as he served Republican administrations have always rested with the right wing. But now, he's he's. Much more in a position to be torn between his ideological instincts. That have been built all these years from when he first served his lawyer in the Ronald Reagan administration in his very real institutional concerns about the third branch in particular about the supreme court. So you've mentioned two really important things. You've said, you know, a a lot of this is responsive to the fact that for the first time in our lifetimes, we have a five four Republican appointed democrat appointed perfectly ideologically split court. There's no buddy in play. That's one thing. And the second thing is that Donald Trump is just in ways we've never seen from the president just battering away..

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"The instincts of John Roberts who rose in Washington as he served Republican administrations have always rested with the right wing. But now he's much more in a position to be torn between his ideological instincts in his very real institutional concerns about the third branch in particular about the supreme court. Hi, and welcome back to amicus slates podcast about the supreme court and the law and the rule of law and the rule of law and the Trump era I'm with week. I covered those things for slate. And hey, it's twenty nineteen and the government is partially shut down. But the courts remain open actually, with the exception of the immigration courts, which have already delayed most of their hearings. Ironically, contributing to the already massive backlog of delayed immigration cases, which is the thing. We're fighting about immigration now, we're seeing cases that are going to be rescheduled. In the thousands new cases will be delayed twenty nineteen your couple days in and your name already is Ernie twenty nineteen also opened with chief Justice John Roberts and his annual New Year's state of the judiciary report it always sneaks in with the new year. This year was almost more notable for what it did not say it certainly did not talk about. Donald Trump, and it did not explicitly say a lot about the thing it addressed which was sexual misconduct in the article three courts. Indeed chief Justice Roberts who is determined to keep the court out of the public eye in these roiling and very dramatic months post. Brad Kavanagh is actually quickly becoming the most interesting member of the high court for what he doesn't say. So we've now seen him in the last few months with a series of votes to Batta way big cases intervening in a sealed secret conflict that's coming out of the molar probe. Who is John Roberts? Is he evolving into a centrist is he taking on Trump himself in his own twinkly eyed, understated way, how did this balls and strikes guy? Become the most intriguing understated man in America next to. To the other intriguing. Understated men in America, we like to call Bob Muller. Nobody has watched John Roberts more carefully in recent years than Joan biskupic. She covers the court for CNN and her new book the chief the life and turbulent times of chief Justice John Roberts will come out. This March Joan has been covering the supreme court for over twenty five years. She's written seminal biographies of several of the justices. She is a legal analyst for CNN and one of my dear friends and colleagues at the supreme court. Joan welcome back to advocate. Thank you. Dahlia so Joan as I just noted in his state of the judiciary speech on Monday. The chief Justice quite determined -ly addressed and didn't address reports of sexual harassment in the judiciary. This is an issue. He raised really forcefully in his speech last year. He seems to be accepting the findings of working group that he convened to analyze the. Problem. He says, I agree. There's more than one or two I selected incidents. I agree. This is not just about law clerks. But then he seems to kind of downplay the larger problem in the judiciary you reported on this extensively last year the number of complaints about judges. And in fact, he said some of the worst conduct was quote, incivility or disrespect. He did ask the working group to stay on task to keep looking at this. But is he affect just telling us all it's time to move on. You picked up on exactly what I picked up on Dalia the idea that he minimized the kind of harassment or employee abuse that takes place in the nation's courthouses using the word incivility disrespect does tend to minimize what might be going on. So I thought that was notable. I also thought it was notable that he stressed how what happens in the federal judiciary compares. Favorably to other government and private sector workplaces..

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Justice, John Roberts hand will be on the cradle as the supreme court years, right? And attorney general Jeff Sessions is complaining about activist judges the real reason for the Trump administration losing streak in the courts. Atma vented Princeton University last month. Justice Elena Kagan spoke about the confirmation of Brett Cavanaugh and shared her thoughts about the importance of having a centrist swing vote on the court for the last thirty years starting with Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor and continuing with Justice, Anthony Kennedy. There has been a person hill people found the center or people couldn't predict in that sort of way. And that's enabled the court to look as though it was not on by one side or another and in Washington d. Impartial. What she voiced reservations about the future of that centrist vote. It's not so clear that you know, I think going forward. That's sort of middle position. No, it's not clear, whether we'll have it. Joining me is Greg Stohr. Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg. How certain is it that the court will shift to the right? It's pretty darned certain June. Obviously, we haven't seen a Justice Cavanaugh vote in any cases, yet, there's always a very small possibility of a surprise, but Republicans including this White House have gotten good at appointing. The type of justices are generally going to vote the way they want which means that Justice Cavanaugh will be more conservative than Justice. Kennedy was and as a Hewlett to at the beginning. Chief Justice John Roberts will decide how far the court coats. So some legal scholars are saying that Roberts will now be at the center of the court, and he has shown time, and again that he's concerned about the perception of the court as partisan, but his votes have been consistently conservative with a few exceptions is he the center now, certainly the center in that sense that he. He is the one who will be providing a fifth vote for something very frequently. But as Justice Kagan was suggesting those remarks, he unlikely to be the kind of Justice where you go into a case, they like we did in an abortion case when Justice Kennedy was on the court where you wouldn't be sure which way he was going to end up going with the chief Justice. It is more in most cases likely to be that we are pretty sure that he is going to reach a conservative outcome. It's more a question of how far will he go? Well in your story, you describe Roberts history on the court and how he's helped the court to shift. Right. But usually in increments tell us about that. Yes. So we've seen in several cases one example has to do with the Voting Rights Act. There was a big decision called Shelby county a few years ago that struck down a core part of the Voting Rights Act. Well, the court actually could have reached that result. A few years earlier they had another case called northwest. Austin? Municipal utility district. But the court stopped short, and essentially what they said was, hey, there's a good chance we're gonna strike down this of the law, but we're going to give congress a chance to change the law. I congress didn't act and then the court went further. So if the kind of decision that that is it's an incremental decision may ultimately reach the same spot that some of the heart girl conservatives want, but the way Justice Roberts seems to like the operate is doing something in a couple of steps. So that it doesn't seem like quite a bit of a shock when you get to the the ultimate point. But there are times when he doesn't take that step. There are times. Yes. The biggest example is probably in. The affirmative action context he famously wrote in a case involving high school and middle school integration. He wrote that the way to to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race in. Other words, we need to be colorblind here and not assign students to schools based on their race. And one would imagine that would apply in the the college context as well. In the area of race. He does seem to be more willing to go a bit further and a bit a bit more boldly. So he has certain powers as the chief. And there's no longer the swing vote of Justice Kennedy. How much power does he have beyond that of the other justices to shape what cases the court takes. And how they're decided he really doesn't have much power at least in terms of his formal powers. They all get one vote when it comes to to what cases to take it. Takes four justices to agree to agree to hear a case his power. He is going to come in part by the fact that he is that middle Justice whose fifth vote the conservatives will need if we get to a case where they're going to overturn and think about it overturning Roe v. Wade for example, the conservative. May well think we have four votes to do that. But we don't wanna take up a case, I considered it until we know that we have the chief Justice with us. So I just by virtue of his position has the potential v though, he's going to have a lot of power. So Greg what areas are there? This term where we might be seeing liberal conservative splits those five four decisions. So for her. It's interesting we have very few in in the court just sort of ducked. A couple more cases very few really big hot button issues. But there are a few things in the pipeline that are going to be hard for the court to avoid. So there's another case the appeal pending involving partisan gerrymandering, this is the case out of North Carolina for for boring technical reasons, it's going to be hard for the court. Not to take up that case when they do there's probably a very good chance. They'll say you can't challenge. A voting map is being uh so partisan it, violates the constitution. There's a percolating case involving President Trump's effort to resend the. The DACA program of deferring deportation for some young immigrants. If lower courts go against the president's on that is going to be very hard for the supreme court to say, no, we don't want to take this case. And those are the types that are very likely to lend themselves to five four decisions. Thanks, greg. That's Bloomberg news supreme court reporter Greg Stohr coming up on Bloomberg law. The fed fires are rare public warning shot. At Wall Street. I'm Jim Grasso. This is Bloomberg. Kevin.

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"justice john roberts" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"justice john roberts" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Chief Justice John Roberts says he is saddened to learn that Sandra Day O'Connor the first woman to serve on the US court has the beginning stages of dementia. Roberts editor statement today that although Khader has announced which rolling from public life. No illness or condition in his words can quote take away the inspiration. She provided for those who will follow the many paths that she has blazed investigators trying to determine if a massive blaze that destroyed four buildings under construction in Oakland may be connected to a nearby arson fire fire quickly escalated from a second third fourth in eventually a fifth alarm response. Consist of about ninety personnel. Total on scene. It's oakland. Fire chief Darod white Oakland's mayor meanwhile, calling on residents near construction sites to remain vigilant and reportedly suspicious activity there bet at least three arson fires at apartment buildings being built in Oakland in the last two years. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. The US has sanctions against group of individuals allegedly involved in terror activities, we get an update from correspondent Wally Hindes Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin says it's an effort by the US at a half dozen other countries intended to expose and disrupt terror activities being conducted by the Taliban and Iran aimed at undermining the government of Afghanistan. Among those sanctioned is Mohamed Ibrahim Awadhi also known as the Haiti he's been accused of supporting terror activities by the Taliban. That is correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Today from Capitol Hill, the New York City police department assessment of the use of one model of its body cameras after one exploded while news NYPD officer noticed smoke coming from the view L E five model cameras Saturday night. They've been taken out of commission..

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