A new framework for unionizations means that a company must voluntarily recognize a union or demand an election—and can no longer interfere with the election.
After Roe v. Wade fell, the National Domestic Violence Hotline saw a 99-percent increase in callers reporting that people were trying to control their reproductive choices.
Supreme Court Rules Companies Can Sue Striking Workers for 'Sabotage' and 'Destruction,' Misses Entire Point of Striking
In a new ruling, the Court sided with a company that sued its union for property damage because it went on strike. That sets a precedent that if a union strikes, it has to ensure the company won't lose any money.
Had the abortion ban gone fully into effect, doctors could have been charged with a crime even if they performed an abortion to save a patient’s life.
“We can’t dig ourselves out of the dark time that we’re about to go into.”
“Any sort of civil rights or constitutional rights that people have won over the last 50 years is open for discussion. I mean, why not?”
The 2022 elections could determine the fate of abortion access for years in a number of major swing states.
Five conservative justices support the draft opinion, according to a report published by Politico.
The Senate voted to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court on Thursday.