6 Major Rulings Coming From the Supreme Court This Week [VIDEO]

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  • Presidential Immunity for Trump (Case: Trump v. United States):
  • Obstruction Charges for Jan. 6 Defendants (Case: Fischer v. United States):
    • Issue: Whether U.S. prosecutors can use a federal law to charge hundreds of Jan. 6 defendants for obstructing or impeding an official proceeding (Congress’s electoral vote certification on Jan. 6, 2021).
    • Stakes: If the court rules in favor of the defendants, hundreds of Jan. 6 defendants already convicted under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act would need to be resentenced. However, most Jan. 6 defendants are also facing charges for other crimes, so the impact may not be complete
  • Religious Freedom and Foster Care (Case: Fulton v. City of Philadelphia):
    • Issue: Whether a Catholic social services agency can refuse to work with same-sex couples in foster care placements based on religious objections.
    • Stakes: The decision could impact religious freedom rights and anti-discrimination laws, potentially affecting similar cases nationwide.
  • Affordable Care Act (Case: California v. Texas):
    • Issue: Whether the individual mandate provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is unconstitutional, and if so, whether the entire ACA should be invalidated.
    • Stakes: Millions of Americans’ access to healthcare hangs in the balance, as well as protections for pre-existing conditions and Medicaid expansion.
  • Voting Rights (Case: Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee):
    • Issue: Whether Arizona’s voting restrictions disproportionately affect minority voters and violate the Voting Rights Act.
    • Stakes: The ruling could impact voting laws in other states and shape the future of voting rights protections.
  • Student Speech Rights (Case: Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L.):
    • Issue: Whether a public school can discipline a student for off-campus speech (in this case, a Snapchat post) that occurs outside of school hours.
    • Stakes: The ruling could impact students’ free speech rights and the authority of schools to regulate students’ online behavior.
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