Politics United States: The Supreme Court begins a new season which could make as many waves as the last
Supreme Court starts new term in political spotlight, tilted right
An empowered conservative majority of the Supreme Court begins a new term next week replete with cases that could reshape how the country considers social issues such as race in elections and higher education, after decisions from the last term brought the justices to the forefront of the nation’s politics. The justices will hear arguments […] The post Supreme Court starts new term in political spotlight, tilted right appeared first on Roll Call.
in the United States, the Supreme Court is back on Monday, October 3 for a new season which is likely to make as much noise as the previous one with the abolition of the right to abortion. The judges must in particular decide on files related to LGBTQ rights, the right to vote, etc.
With our correspondent in New York, Loubna Anaki
The nine judges of the Supreme Court are back at the controllers, while the shock wave caused by their latest decisions has not yet passed.
Abortion ruling intensifies fight over state supreme courts
Surrounded by states with abortion bans that took effect after Roe v. Wade fell, Illinois is one of the few places where the procedure remains legal in the Midwest. Abortion-rights supporters are worried that might not last. Their concern is shared in at least a half-dozen states, and this year it's not just about state legislatures. In Illinois, Democrats hold a supermajority, and the governor, a Democrat, is expected to win reelection. Instead, Republicans could be on the verge of winning control of the Illinois Supreme Court, where Democrats currently hold a 4-3 majority.
There was theDecisions that will affect democracy , or even less favorable climate measures, decisions that have clearly tainted the image of a supreme courtyard supposed Being apolitical, to the point that according to the latest polls, more than half of Americans no longer trust these magistrates. Never seen.
with six conservative judges and three progressives, the body has clearly turned to the right. Which makes many Americans fear this new season.
As of Monday, the Court will start examining a question that is likely to affect the power of the federal government to combat pollution. On Tuesday 4, it will be the turn of a case linked to the voting Rights Act, which has been protecting the right to vote for African-Americans and minorities for almost 60 years.
Also on the program, affairs related to the equal rights of LGBTQ communities or the power of states in the organization and validation of elections. This new season promises decisions that will deeply affect American democracy.
Justice Jackson makes waves in first Supreme Court arguments .
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