John Paul Stevens: Okay to Consider Politics in Retirement Decision – East Idaho News

ABC NewsJohn Paul Stevens: Okay to Consider Politics in Retirement DecisionEast Idaho NewsChip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- In an interview airing Sunday on This Week, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens revealed that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sought his advice on when she should retire from the Court, an issue that ...Justice Stevens on SCOTUS: 'I Didn't Do Well Enough'Newserall 8 news articles … [Read more...]

Editorial: Abortion antics disgrace our state – The News-Press

Editorial: Abortion antics disgrace our stateThe News-PressIt seems every year the Florida Legislature wants to interfere with and test the legality of the U.S. Constitution and U.S. Supreme Court decisions, impacting a woman's legal right to choose to have an abortion. This year is no different. At least one ...Letter: 72-hour wait will harm womenSpringfield News-LeaderSimpson has wrong views on abortionBillings Gazetteall 3 news articles … [Read more...]

Excerpt: Justice John Paul Stevens’ ‘Six Amendments’ – ABC News (blog)

Excerpt: Justice John Paul Stevens' 'Six Amendments'ABC News (blog)According to its preamble, the Constitution of the United States was established by “the People” — not by the states — “in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the ...and more … [Read more...]

NJ man’s handgun case before US Supreme Court on Friday – NJ.com

NJ man's handgun case before US Supreme Court on FridayNJ.comFREDON — The U.S. Supreme Court will decide in the coming days whether it will hear a Sussex County man's challenge to New Jersey's handgun carry laws. The lawsuit, brought by John Drake, challenges the “justifiable need” requirement the state asks … [Read more...]

Ohio case before US Supreme Court could decide whether states can … – The Plain Dealer

Tallmadge ExpressOhio case before US Supreme Court could decide whether states can ...The Plain DealerOn April 22, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear an anti-abortion group's arguments to challenge an Ohio law that makes it a crime to deliberately lie about candidates during a political campaign. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) (Associated Press). Print … [Read more...]