The nine justices of the US Supreme Court — with the exception of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who tested positive for COVID-19 last week and will participate in arguments remotely — return to the courtroom on October 4 for oral arguments for the 2021-22 term.
Supreme Court justices on cast doubt on Mississippi’s claim for damages in a closely watched dispute with profound implications for how states manage natural resources nationwide.
The Supreme Court returned to the courtroom Monday morning to hear its first oral arguments of the new term in-person. The cases set for argument this term could make it one of the most contentious in many years.
What people are saying?
James Cosby I don’t have the USSC caselaw in front of me, but I’m gonna guess that if it is the current binding law, for nearly fifty years, and the U.S. is currently 60% in favor of a major Constitutional decision, the caselaw does not suggest overturning that precedent due to foreign laws.
James A. Tuttle Seeing the press release video/picture of the Supreme Court beginning their judicial year and not seeing Ruth Bader-Ginsburg is just heartwrenching.
John Newton A reasonable question from a stranger in these United States might be, “Do we prohibit video feeds of this public body just so we can keep cartoonists employed?”