Christian baker happy for ‘second chance’ to fight in court over refusal to make same-sex wedding cake
Tuesday an Oregon baker said she’s thrilled to have a “second chance” to fight in court over a $135,000 penalty for her shop’s refusal to make a same-sex wedding cake. Monday the Supreme Court threw out a ruling against the bakers, Melissa and Aaron Klein, who refused to bake the cake citing their religious beliefs.
Tuesday a federal appeals court ruled that the Trump administration can make asylum seekers wait in Mexico for immigration court hearings while the policy is challenged in court, handing the president a major victory, even if it only proves temporary.
Sunday Democratic 2020 presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg, said President Trump had slandered American troops by considering pardoning servicemen accused of war crimes — and said the proposal threatened to undermine the country’s “legal and moral” foundations.
Judge Napolitano: New York Democrats cannot go after President Trump’s tax returns ‘based on hatred’
Judge Andrew Napolitano said New York officials cannot go after President Trump’s tax returns “based on hatred.” Speaking on “Fox & Friends” Thursday, which was broadcasting live from the USS New York, Napolitano weighed in on the constitutionality of a new law, which could lead to the release of the president’s state taxes.
The Obama administration reportedly agreed to offload three Rwandans accused of slaughtering Americans to Australia — a previously unknown arrangement connected to a broader migrant swap between the two countries that made headlines last year when President Trump balked at the deal.
Attorney General William Barr will issue new rules for courts that handle immigration cases, which could have a dramatic effect on the immigration system.
Tuesday a US judge in Oregon he intends to at least partially block a rule change by President Donald Trump’s administration that could cut off federal funding for providers who refer patients for an abortion, though the scope of his decision remains to be seen.
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