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After yet another far-right controversy, how do we trust the Supreme Court with our rights?

After yet another news story about extremist or corrupt behavior by conservative justices, can we trust the court to rule on the most sensitive issues that directly affect our lives?

Here are all the ways marriage equality has been 'unambiguously positive' for America

The study from the RAND Corp. comes 20 years after the first legal marriages for same-sex couples took place in Massachusetts.

Samuel Alito is afraid of being called a bigot? Jim Obergefell has heard far worse (exclusive)

Samual Alito referenced Jim Obergefell's case when lamenting on homophobia not being acceptable. Well, Obergefell has some words for Alito.

Justice Samuel Alito wishes homophobia was acceptable

The conservative Supreme Court justice thought jurors who were dismissed for their antigay religious beliefs were treated unfairly.

Abortion restrictions amount to sex-based discrimination, state Supreme Court says

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled against an antiquated anti-abortion law, with justices issuing a scathing rebuke of the 2022 Dobbs v. Jackson decision.

On Roe v. Wade's anniversary, the meaning of the ruling — and its loss

The abortion rights ruling stood for almost 50 years, with major implications for other bodily autonomy rights. What are the implications of its overturning?

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' Drag Ban Can't Be Enforced, Supreme Court Rules

Florida cannot enforce the ban on drag shows while the state appeals an earlier decision by a federal judge who ruled the ban unconstitutional.

The Right Is Using the Anti-Abortion Dobbs Ruling to Attack Trans Care. Will It Work?

After an appeals court cites the Dobbs ruling in upholding a trans care ban, there's cause for concern — but not panic, LGBTQ+ activists say.

Liberals, Conservatives Alike Praise High Court's Religious Accommodations Ruling

The court set a new standard for consideration of religious accommodations in the workplace but did not rule on the merits in the case of a man who refused to work Sundays because of his Christian beliefs.

One Year After Dobbs: Keeping Up the Fight for Bodily Autonomy

Conservative politicians are going not only after abortion but trans health care and LGBTQ+ rights in general. But activists and everyday citizens are fighting back.

Supreme Court Maintains Access to Abortion Drug...for Now

A judge's ruling suspending regulatory approval of the drug will be on hold while an appeal continues.

The Supreme Court Justices' Secret Deal on LGBTQ+ Rights and Its Impact Today

A secret deal between Justices John Roberts and Anthony Kennedy still has implications today.

The Battle of Wrongdoers: Supreme Court Versus House Republicans

It will be a neighborhood war of bad guys, but John Casey's bet is on the team with the robes.