Posts tagged supreme court infographic
Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (Argument February 26, 2018)

Can government employees be required to pay union collective bargaining fees?

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Artis v. District of Columbia (Decision January 22, 2018)

Artis v District of Columbia, a case argued in the October 2017 term. Check out our post for an easy-to-navigate infographic that breaks down the Supreme Court’s decision.

. The Supreme Court preserves the traditional meaning of the word "toll," giving Artis enough time to file the claims.

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National Association of Manufacturers v. Department of Defense (Decision January 22, 2018)

The EPA challenges must start in federal district courts, despite federal government arguments that they should go directly to appeals courts.

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6 Supreme Court cases of this term that MLK would have cared about

6 Supreme Court cases argued this term relating to civil rights, voting rights and unlawful detention.

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Encino Motorcars v. Navarro (Argument January 17, 2018)

Does the service advisor at a car dealership get overtime pay?

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Byrd v. United States (Argument January 9, 2018)

Can you expect privacy (i.e. Fourth Amendment protections) in a rental car if you are not on the lease?

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Texas v. New Mexico and Colorado (Argument January 8, 2018)

Texas argues New Mexico is violating a 1938 agreement that allocates usage of the Rio Grande River water. New Mexico argues Texas doesn't have a case. Will the Supreme Court dismiss it?

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Florida v. Georgia (Argument January 8, 2018)

Florida argues Georgia is using up too much river water that Florida needs for its ecosystem and economy. Will the Supreme Court grant Florida an "equitable apportionment"?

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