Congress is in its pre-election recess lull. The president is signing a bunch of bills people can’t remember. But the Supreme Court is running at full speed. Its last term was defined by the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the nationwide right to an abortion. The current term will likely continue redefining Americans’ participation in state and federal government and elections. Since the court convened, on the first Monday of October, it has already heard highly significant cases. With us to discuss is Todd Ruger, CQ Roll Call’s legal affairs editor.
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- Justices probe limits of California law on pig production
- Government asks Supreme Court to deny Mar-a-Lago records appeal
- Supreme Court told minority representation at stake in case
- Justices question test for determining protected wetlands