The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear appeals in two cases where lower courts gave divergent rulings on whether the Constitution’s First Amendment prohibits government officials from blocking their critics on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, Reuters reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a traveling Christian evangelist’s free-speech challenge to a University of Alabama requirement that he obtain a permit before handing out religious pamphlets and preaching from a sidewalk adjacent to its campus.
A Christian college in Missouri is asking the US Supreme Court to review a federal government directive allowing biologically male transgender students to be housed in women-only dormitories, the Christian Post (CP) reports. The College of the Ozarks filed a petition for a writ of certiorari on Monday.
The Internet could soon face a significant transformation, courtesy of the Supreme Court.
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case brought by an Evangelical Christian who claims his employer discriminated against him by refusing to honor his religious beliefs and allow him Sundays off as a Sabbath, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
The Supreme Court temporarily halted the termination of Title 42 on Tuesday, allowing the Trump-era policy to remain in place until the justices hear a challenge from Republican-led states in February.
Nineteen states joined an application to the Supreme Court this week, requesting the expiration of Title 42 be put on hold until a higher court can review the decision made by the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia to allow its sunsetting.
The Supreme Court grappled Monday with balancing free speech against gay rights, hearing a case involving a Colorado website designer who says she shouldn’t be compelled to violate the tenets of her faith by creating products for same-sex marriages.