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  • GOP operative gets 10-day delay on release of redistricting records

    GOP operative gets 10-day delay on release of redistricting records
    UPDATED with court ruling Florida's Supreme Court today gave a Republican political consultant 10 days to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court the Florida court's earlier ruling ordering the release of certain redistricting records. Justices last week...
  • Same-sex marriage licenses doled out in South Carolina

    Several counties in South Carolina on Thursday doled out marriage licenses to same-sex couples, hours after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a last-minute effort to halt the nuptials in the state. From Columbia to Charleston, couples lined up at...
  • Supreme Court says no to S. Carolina's request for more time on same-sex marriage decision

    RICHLAND COUNTY, S.C. The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to approve South Carolina's request for a longer stay against same-sex marriage in the state. That means the decision of the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia, allowing gay marriage, will...
  • Supreme Court allows gay marriage to proceed in South Carolina

    Supreme Court allows gay marriage to proceed in South Carolina
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday denied a request to block gay marriage from proceeding in South Carolina, clearing the way for it to become the 35th U.S. state where gay marriage is legal. The order was another victory for advocates for gay...
  • Federal judge strikes down Montana's gay marriage ban

    Federal judge strikes down Montana's gay marriage ban
    A federal judge struck down Montana's ban on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional on Wednesday, handing gay rights advocates the latest in a wave of legal victories as the nation awaits a potential definitive ruling on the matter by the U.S. Supreme...
  • Appeals court lets gay marriage go ahead in South Carolina

    Appeals court lets gay marriage go ahead in South Carolina
    Same-sex weddings could happen in South Carolina as soon as Thursday after the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined on Tuesday to block a district court ruling that struck down South Carolina's gay marriage ban. The move, which paves the way for...
  • Paul Greenberg: Opportunity knocks -- again

    Once more it's back to the drawing board for Obamacare -- or maybe just the ouija board that the Supreme Court of the United States has been using to determine its fate. With this court, you never know. Yes, it has a thinker or two who may go to the...
  • Same-sex marriage gets two victories in South Carolina

    COLUMBIA, S.C. South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson says he will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after losing in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals and before a federal judge in South Carolina in rapid succession on Tuesday. A unanimous three-judge...
  • House Republicans sue President Obama over healthcare law

    House Republicans have filed a lawsuit against President Obama over his healthcare law, Speaker John Boehner announced Friday, making good on a resolution passed in July. The lawsuit, filed Friday, is the first legal challenge of its kind by a chamber...
  • 'Arguendo' puts a deft, audacious spin on a Supreme Court argument

    'Arguendo' puts a deft, audacious spin on a Supreme Court argument
    It seems safe to say that when the U.S. Supreme Court heard Barnes v. Glen Theatre in 1991, it couldn't have foreseen the rampant hilarity, intellectual heft and kinetic amazement of "Arguendo," now at REDCAT through Sunday. By applying the same...
  • Forget Repeal and replace. Repair Obamacare.

    Forget Repeal and replace. Repair Obamacare.
    Whew! Tough week for Obamacare. On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a legal challenge to the tax subsidies that are provided to thousands of people who obtained health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. If the high court finds...