The Supreme Court’s 2021-22 term is almost over. There were important cases involving religious liberty (Kennedy v. Bremerton School District), vaccine mandates (NFIB v. OSHA), immigration (Biden v. Texas), the Second Amendment (New York Rifle v. Bruen), administrative law (West Virginia v. EPA), abortion (Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization), and much more. Our scholars and scribes will break down what you need to know from the landmark cases, Breyer’s retirement, Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation, and even the Dobbs leak. Join us for our annual expert analysis of everything involving the U.S. Supreme Court.


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  1. John Hanson Thatcher
    John Hanson
    @JohnHanson

    I have always thought the direction of court on the establishment clause is going in the opposite direction of the US History, where some states at the time of formation of the United States did have state as opposed to national churches, and the clause applied only to the Federal Government, and actually banned the restrictions on state actions, that the court has adopted since.   With this view there is no tension between Establishment and Free Exercise clauses  They are not there yet, but I have hope.

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