3 Supreme Court Cases To Watch in the Next 2 Weeks
The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2021–22 term is rapidly coming to a close. By the end of June, the Court is expected to release decisions in a number of high-profile cases that deal with some of the most important and contentious issues in American law and politics. Here are three big cases to watch out for in the weeks ahead.
1. Carson v. Makin
Both advocates and opponents of school choice are closely awaiting this one. At issue is whether Maine’s tuition assistance program ran afoul of the Constitution by excluding private schools that offer “sectarian” education. Judging by the December 2021 oral arguments, during which Chief Justice John Roberts pressed Maine’s chief deputy attorney general to explain why his state’s approach should not be judged guilty of religious discrimination, the school choice side stands a good chance of emerging victorious.
2. New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen
The Supreme Court has not ruled on the merits of a major Second Amendment case since 2010. But that will likely change this month. At issue here is the constitutionality of a state law requiring anyone seeking a license to carry a concealed handgun in public to first satisfy a local official that he has “proper cause” to do so. According to the s
Article from Latest