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On Wednesday, a trio of anti-abortion measures continued to wend their way through the Texas State Legislature, buoyed by Republicans’ expectations for a more conservative Supreme Court. A Senate Health and Human Services Committee hearing included...

Back in 2013, Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a consumer protection lawsuit on behalf of a same-sex couple who claimed their longtime friend and florist refused to provide the flowers for their wedding because of their sexual ori...

On Thursday, a federal appeals court refused to reinstate President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning travel into the United States by all refugees and everyone from seven predominantly Muslim countries. In the biggest legal blow yet to t...

Last week, spittle-flecked Twitter power user President Donald Trump nominated Colorado judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Gorsuch, for the most part, has remained silent up until now.Read more...

I like this guy more and more all the time. Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, on Wednesday called the president’s tweets attacking federal judges “disheartening” and “demoralizing.” A spokesman...

This might work for everybody, for the time being. The post Can A Compromise Be Reached On Trump’s Travel Ban? appeared first on RedState.

Republicans in the Senate may have trouble getting enough votes to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee. That's because Democrats have said they will filibuster the nominee, which means it will take 60 votes to get him approved. The Republicans don'...