SCOTUS Rules Against Wisconsin Democrats On RedistrictingHowever, the court sidestepped a definitive ruling in both cases. It could decide soon to take up a new case from North Carolina.
SCOTUS Strikes Down Minnesota's Voter Clothing LawMinnesota had defended its law as a reasonable restriction that keeps order at polling places and prevents voter intimidation.
Supreme Court Sides With Baker In Same-Sex Wedding Cake CaseThe U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Split SCOTUS Rules In Favor Of Businesses Over WorkersThe Supreme Court ruled that businesses can prohibit workers from banding together in disputes over pay and conditions in the workplace.
Supreme Court Makes Sports Betting A Possibility Across The U.S.Minnesota sports fans may not have go to Las Vegas to place a bet on their favorite teams.
SCOTUS Strikes Down Federal Law On Sports BettingOne research firm estimated before the ruling that if the Supreme Court were to strike down the law, 32 states would likely offer sports betting within five years.
SCOTUS Declines To Decide Fate Of 'Dreamers' Just YetThe Supreme Court on Monday rejected the Trump administration's highly unusual bid to bypass a federal appeals court and get the justices to intervene in the fate of a program that protects hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.
SCOTUS To Consider MN Voting Place Ban On Political AttireSeveral groups sued just before the 2010 election to try to ensure officials would not bar them from wearing tea party apparel to the polls.
After Supreme Court Declines To Hear Minn. Sex Offender Program Case, What's Next? When the U.S. Supreme Court last week declined to hear a challenge to the constitutionality of Minnesota's sex offender program, which holds more than 700 people, it relieved the pressure for major near-term change.
U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Hear Minnesota Sex Offender Program CaseThe U.S. Supreme Court has denied to hear the Minnesota Sex Offender Program case, effectively supporting a federal appeals court ruling that overturned a decision that the program was unconstitutional.
SCOTUS Declines To Hear Minnesota Assisted Suicide CaseFlorida-based Final Exit Network argued that Minnesota's law making it a crime to help other people kill themselves violates the freedom of speech.
SCOTUS Justice Kagan Visiting UW-MadisonElena Kagen is the fourth female justice in the Supreme Court's history.