Lyle Denniston, who has covered the Supreme Court for 54 years, explains what’s at stake after the court’s historic decision on Friday to hear two cases about same-sex marriage.
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The U.S. Supreme Court will hear two cases involving same-sex marriage next March and likely issue a ruling in June 2013, in one of the most widely anticipated cases in recent years.
The National Constitution Center announced today that Governor John Ellis “Jeb” Bush has been elected Chairman of the Center’s Board of Trustees.
The Supreme Court has known since July that it was going to be confronted this term with a handful of cases on the issue of same-sex marriage. But, so far, no action. What’s the court doing with those cases?
As rival lawmakers struggle to avoid the dreaded fiscal cliff in Washington, research shows that Americans will get a huge cut in their tax-home pay, if Congress can’t reach a deal on tax hikes and spending cuts.