Supreme Court Rules Administration Can Keep Most of the Travel Ban

On Tuesday the Supreme Court put on hold a ruling from a federal appeals court that would have permitted refugees who have a contractual agreement with a resettlement organization to still enter the U.S. The administration asked the Supreme Court to stay the decision by the lower courts on refugees. The administration did not challenge… Read more »

Supreme Court Lets PAC Limits Stand

The Supreme Court this week declined to review a challenge to the Federal Election Commission’s (FEC) contribution limits for traditional political action committees (PACs). The petition for certiorari had been filed with the Supreme Court by the Stop REID PAC after a federal appeals court decision earlier this year that upheld the FEC’s PAC contribution… Read more »

Supreme Court Asked to Review PAC Limits

The Supreme Court has been asked to review a challenge to the Federal Election Commission’s (FEC) contribution limits for traditional political action committees (PACs). The petition for certiorari was filed with the Supreme Court by the Stop REID PAC after a federal appeals court decision earlier this year that upheld the FEC’s PAC contribution limits…. Read more »

Supreme Court Opens Door for Additional Health Care Challenges

The Supreme Court yesterday paved a potential path for additional legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that could change how employers and individuals are complying with the law.  The Court ordered the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals to reexamine a case brought by Liberty University concerning the law’s mandates and regulations requiring private insurers to cover… Read more »