A case currently before the Supreme Court concerning a Christian baker who refused to make a cake for a gay couple has certainly provoked plenty of debate. After the oral argument on Dec. 5 it appeared to close to call, as I (and others) reported. Here’s the Reuters coverage of that argument. The prediction that the case is likely to come down to Justice Kennedy seems likely to be correct. A ruling is due by the end of June.
For a little preview of what’s ahead in the Supreme Court’s 2017 term, see this segment on C-SPAN:
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A knight randomly appeared outside the Supreme Court on the day of the abortion ruling. He said he was promoting Magna Carta.
President Barack Obama’s administration was on the winning side in a couple of big cases in the Supreme Court term that just ended, namely affirmative action and abortion. But also had a couple of big setbacks on immigration and climate change policy. Read on.
I went on C-Span to discuss the Supreme Court’s big decisions on immigration and affirmative action. Here’s the vid.
Check out this preview of the Supreme Court term, featuring yours truly, via Reuters TV
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For more on the coming term, take a look at these Reuters stories: