“Today, June 30, on the last day of Pride month, the Supreme Court of the United States granted businesses the right to deny service to LGBTQ+ individuals based on the business owner’s religious beliefs.”
President Joe Biden’s proposal to forgive more than $400 billion of student loan debt was blocked by the Supreme Court of the United States on June 30.
In a 6-3 vote, SCOTUS ruled that Harvard University and the University of North Carolina violated the Constitution by considering race in admission decisions.
The Supreme Court of the United States overruled Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion. Butler students share their reactions in the aftermath of this landmark case’s exit.
Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Biden’s nominee was confirmed by the US Senate with a 53-47 vote.
Voter identification laws have taken a main stage in debates this year. In a nation where voter participation is consistently very low, any restrictions on voting need to be examined carefully. In 2006, Indiana made national news for enacting one of the first in a wave of voter identification laws. The law requires potential voters…
The right to vote is under attack across our country, and this attack originated in our state. Beginning in 2008 when the U.S. Supreme Court backed Indiana’s 2005 law that forced voters to show photo identification, thousands of senior citizens, the poor and minority voters have been locked out of casting ballots. Butler University students…