Supreme Court agrees to hear Texas redistricting case

ㅤ”The high court announced Friday it would hear the Texas redistricting case, Abbott v. Perez. The justices will likely hear oral arguments in April.
ㅤA three-judge panel ruled in August that parts of the Texas House district map had to be redrawn ahead of the 2018 midterm elections because lawmakers discriminated against minorities when they drew the districts.”

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Trump’s Historic Success Appointing Federal Judges in 2017

ㅤ”On December 14, President Trump made history when the Senate confirmed his nomination of Judge James Ho to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, becoming the first President to successfully appoint 12 federal appeals court judges in the first year of a presidency.”

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New Supreme Court Ruling A Boon To Trump’s Bid To Defend DACA Cancellation

ㅤ”A closely divided Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump to shield documents relating to the cancellation of DACA, an Obama-era amnesty initiative that extended temporary legal status to foreign nationals who illegally entered the country as children.”

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Supreme Court allows Trump travel ban enforcement to move forward

ㅤ”The ban, which Trump has attempted to implement via executive order twice since his original ban got tied up in court, suspends travel into the U.S. for applicants from six Muslim-majority countries.
ㅤThe Supreme Court gave President Trump a major victory Monday when it allowed his travel ban to take effect after weeks of legal challenges that had stalled its implementation.'”

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This Trump Decision Is A Major Blow To The Administrative State

ㅤ”The Trump administration switched sides Wednesday in a case pending before the Supreme Court that could retroactively nullify tens of thousands of agency decisions.
ㅤThe case, Lucia v. SEC, has major implications for the process by which federal agencies try or punish those in violation of laws or regulations.”

ㅤô¿ô …This could be a huge step toward stripping unelected Federal bureaucrats of their power and restoring a Constitutional government. READ ON !!!

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Conservatives See Donald Trump Reviving Constitutional Government

ㅤ”80 years of legislation and administrative actions that departed from the Constitution have never been reviewed by a conservative Supreme Court.
ㅤDuring these many years, most of the fights over liberty have been about the meaning and scope of enumerated rights in the Constitution, such as free speech, religious liberty, and the Second Amendment, rather than the enumerated powers in the Constitution, the specific authorities that government properly wields, and the limits to those powers.
ㅤNow a revolution in America’s form of government is underway. The jury is still out on whether conservativism can overcome establishment forces among congressional Republicans and in administrative agencies, but even if it does not, President Trump’s judicial appointments are creating the most conservative federal bench in decades, which in some cases may trump the elected branches.”

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A Dozen States Back Travel Ban 3.0 At The Supreme Court

ㅤ”Through its latest travel ban, the Trump administration has taken significant and common-sense steps to upgrade vetting and national security procedures vital to protecting Texas and the rest of the country from terrorism,’ Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said. ‘We’re hopeful the Supreme Court will agree with our coalition that the travel ban is lawful and constitutional, and should be enforced in its entirety.”

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