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The Supreme Court Could Soon Decide the Fate of Tip Pooling in America
The Restaurant Law Center wants the Supreme Court to overturn the existing Labor Department regulation and allow tips to be pooled with back-of-the-house employees.
This Drug-Sniffing Car Knows Where Your Drugs Are
Police departments and federal agents are already expressing interest in a new drug-detecting vehicle whose use could spark a legal battle that ultimately reaches the US Supreme Court.
US Supreme Court Justices Appear at Deadlock Over Obama's Immigration Plan
The eight justices appeared to split on ideological lines as they weighed the fate of an executive order that would shield millions of immigrants from deportation. A tie ruling would leave it blocked indefinitely.
Missouri's Legislature Has Teed Up More Than a Dozen Anti-Abortion Bills So Far This Year
Missouri lawmakers are working to restrict access to abortion with state-level laws whose fate could eventually be determined by the late Justice Antonin Scalia's replacement on the US Supreme Court.