Protesters gathered outside the office of Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota) prior to a scheduled meeting between Thune and Kavanaugh.
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The decision means the law will remain in effect.
The ban appears to be more an act of political grandstanding, at the expense of Arab and Muslim Americans.
Where does Merrick Garland fit in?
The Supreme Court gives juveniles sentenced to life in prison a second chance.
Beware of silver bullets, America.
After the recent Supreme Court decision, clinics will likely have to turn to injunctions to keep protesters away, taking on the additional expense themselves or passing it on to those they serve.
Susan Elizabeth Shepard spoke to anthropologist Judith Lynne Hanna about the question at the heart of a case petitioned to be heard by the Supreme Court.