Post Tagged with: "Supreme Court"

 Foul on the Play: The Federal Government Signals They May Examine the NCAA’s Compensation Practices to College Athletes

 Foul on the Play: The Federal Government Signals They May Examine the NCAA’s Compensation Practices to College Athletes

By Edward Walsh, Staff Writer  The push for college athletes to be considered employees got a huge boost this past month. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) could soon begin an investigation looking into whether NCAA Division I schools are discriminating against unpaid college athletes by failing to fairly […]

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Supreme Court Hears $400 Million MoneyGram Conflict

Supreme Court Hears $400 Million MoneyGram Conflict

By Jordan Jiles, Staff Writer On Monday, October 3, the United States Supreme Court’s 2022-2023 term began, and one of the first cases it heard was a multi-million-dollar dispute involving over 30 states. The case, known as Delaware v. Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, centers around the categorization of financial instruments issued […]

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Preventative Care Provision of Obamacare Faces Challenge

Preventative Care Provision of Obamacare Faces Challenge

By: Mia Hoetzlein-Sirman, Staff Writer The Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as Obamacare, is currently facing a challenge as Kelley v. Becerra, which calls into question the legality of the preventative care provision of the Act, sits in front of a federal judge in Texas. The provision ensures that preventative […]

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PA Supreme Court to Determine State Congressional Map

PA Supreme Court to Determine State Congressional Map

By: Jacob Schramm, Staff Writer Following the recent decision nullifying a no-excuse mail-in voting law,[1] and for the second time in three election cycles, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will resolve the ongoing dispute on Congressional redistricting.[2] The process of adopting a new Congressional map started with the 2020 census, but […]

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Partisanship in the Supreme Court

Partisanship in the Supreme Court

By Felicia Dusha, Staff Writer Recently, Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas, Stephen Breyer, and Amy Coney Barrett have expressed the Supreme Court is a non-partisan body.[1] Justice Barrett spoke about the Court’s decision-making process and apolitical ideology, stating  that the Court “is not comprised of a bunch of partisan hacks.”[2] Ironically, Justice Barrett […]

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Inspiration from the Highest Court’s Arias

Inspiration from the Highest Court’s Arias

Photo provided courtesy of Pexels.com. By: Annie J. Rago, Staff Writer Derrick Wang is a lawyer and composer. [1] While studying Constitutional Law, he recognized the reoccurrence of “Justice Scalia, Dissenting.” [2] To Wang personally, Justice Scalia’s dissents were like arias meant for music accompaniment. [3] Wang remarked that Justice […]

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