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Franklin Graham @Franklin_Graham🔁A victory today for religious freedom here in the United States! The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that California can’t f twitter.com orce Crisis Pregnancy Centers to provide information about the availability of abortions in their state.
LivinOnAPrayer @ConnieCase56🔁A victory today for religious freedom here in the United States! The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that California can’t force Crisis Pregnancy Centers to provide information about the availability of abortions in their state.
MarquetteLawLibrary @MarquetteLawLib🔁On the final day of the term, another momentous decision. Get the slip opinions for U.S. Supreme Court cases from the twitter.com official court site.
Supreme Court deals big setback to labor unions. tiny.iavian.net
K Carl @kcarl4100🔁The GOP stole a Supreme Court seat and the impacts can be seen in its latest rulings:
— Protect Christians
— Ban Muslims
— Fuck Workers
The illegitimate president, the complicit GOP Congress and the stolen Supreme Court. All 3 branches of the U.S. government are now corrupt.
Brian Jones @merc4222🔁People are literally mad that the U.S. Supreme Court said that you can’t force someone to pay money to an organization they aren’t a member of.
The stupidity....I just....I can’t. 😂
New Boot Goofin @Abadax🔁To nobody’s surprise the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, sided with big money interests and against the needs of working people. Make no mistake about it: this decision is a direct assault on working families all over America.
Nanny Marilyn - Independent (Thanks Trump) @MarilynCapps🔁Gerrymandering, money in politics and stealing a Supreme Court Justice have lead to an evil party out of control running the U.S. The checks and balances system is not working.
🇨🇦 EIG 🇨🇦 @EllisInvesGroup🔁What Canadian travellers need to know about U.S. travel ban upheld by the Supreme Court - National | twitter.com
Robert A. Vella @RobertVella3🔁U.S. Supreme Court rules against unions over non-member fees thesecularjurist.wordpress.com via @wordpressdotcom
Toomey says separation 'exaggerated significantly' @ToomeyMemes🔁Today’s decision also underscores the need for Democrats to win in November. We need to take back the U.S. Senate so we can provide a check on Donald Trump’s Supreme Court appointments and stop these terrible decisions from further damaging our country.
GeezerWench @RickieBansbach🔁By overturning 40 years of precedent, the U.S. Supreme Court is showing its opposition to the rights of working families and commonsense.
Diaz @Dirty_Diaz1965🔁Supreme Court vacates florists same-sex wedding case What's good for the baker may also be good for the florist, according to the U.S. Supreme Court.The highest court vacated a state ruling Monday that found Barronelle Stutzman, the 73-year-old owner o...
Dan McGuire @emta100🔁NYSUT local union leaders are ready to rally in solidarity after today's anti-labor U.S. Supreme Court decision. They'll be speaking out this afternoon at press events at 8 locations across the state.
Scully ☠️⚖️🇺🇸 @DanaScottLO🔁SCOTUS has handed down awful decisions in the past couple of days.
Does this mean we can't count on the Court to be a check on trump's excesses?
The U.S. Supreme Court decides on average 70 cases a term.
It's the lower federal courts that do the bulk of the checking. 1/2
TLPA @TLPAtweet🔁In a 5-4 ruling on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Trump's travel ban on residents of seven countries and the twitter.com Global Business Travel Association is concerned travel bans will have a demonstrable effect on the travel industry
Shrewd Alik ⚡️ @qkode🔁Supreme Court vacates florists same-sex wedding case What's good for the baker may also be good for the florist, acco twitter.com rding to the U.S. Supreme Court.The highest court vacated a state ruling Monday that found Barronelle Stutzman, the 73-year-old owner o...
#mapoli, Vote #NoOn2 @RWwatchMA🔁"The Republican party has become a threat to liberal Democracy" via
Steve Schmidt is the strategist responsib twitter.com le for the U.S. Supreme Court nominations of Samuel Alito and Chief Justice John Roberts.
Sara Fraim @sarafraim🔁U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Trump Travel Ban as Constitutional -- of ( is referenced in dissenting opinions from the SC) weighs in via
Jock @bagilstrap🔁🔴Supreme Court upholds travel ban on some Muslim-majority nations.
Who says there is no Christmas in June. Well here it's early Xmas present.
Best President ever...!
EBC Hawaii @EbcHawaii🔁The U.S. Supreme Court's Janus ruling could eliminate a funding source for public healthcare systems' unions and lead more members to withhold their dues, according to experts.
Community Affairs @OCAPGH🔁Statement by Mayor on anti-worker decision by U.S. Supreme Court pittsburghpa.gov
Lakshmi Challa @ChallaLaw🔁U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Travel Ban 3.0 - Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, and Somalia shou twitter.com ld prepare for the executive order enforcement.
TigLy @TigLy1🔁 Thank You Senator for your stand on today's anti-worker, anti-1st Amendment decision from The U.S. Supreme Court. Un twitter.com ions are vital to a free society, only authoritarians and ruthless employers want to stop them. Now it's time for US to get creatively active.
Modern Healthcare @modrnhealthcr🔁The U.S. Supreme Court's Janus ruling could eliminate a funding source for public healthcare systems' unions and lead twitter.com more members to withhold their dues, according to experts.
Minnesota Nurses @mnnurses🔁MNA nurses stand in solidarity with other unions to say we will not let U.S. Supreme Court silence working people's v twitter.com oices. !
jose nestor marquez @josemarquez🔁The Supreme Court upheld state laws, like "grandfather clauses", designed to prevent black people from voting (Williams v. Mississippi, 170 U.S. 213, 1898), because the laws didn't explicitly mention race. Those laws' authors explicitly stated their goal. The Court didn't care.
American Girl @MrsMacUSA🔁U.S. Supreme Court rules for Trump over travel ban
Waiting for the mea culpa from everyone who said Trump was on wrong on the law & would lose at the Supreme Court. The president has the right & responsibility to protect the border. Period.
James A. Kern @jaasak🔁 Cell phone privacy data victory! U.S. Justice Foundation brief on winning side in Supreme Court. capoliticalreview.com
Jim @Jim32256🔁Sure comrade, feel free to "join the union of your choice". Just don't force me to join one and contribute to your corrupt Democrat politicians.
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jackonell @dirtdigger11🔁The years of the attempted take over of the U.S. Supreme Court by the Socialist/communist Obama regime, has been off twitter.com icially defeated. With the projection of 2 more retirements, can you say “SLAM DUNK”??
John X-ray Lima @gSonofBrutus🔁Supreme Court Rules 5-4 decision in the case, Janus v. the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 31, effectively makes the entire U.S. public sector a “right-to-work” zone.
. @dragonenergy_k🔁U.S. Supreme Court deals blow to labor unions, ruling 5-4 that public sector unions may not collect mandatory fees from non-members; reports
Mr. Sandy @SandyKuti🔁BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Supreme Court deals blow to labor unions, ruling 5-4 that public sector unions may not collect mandatory fees from non-members
Tim Prince @IEPrince🔁“Freedom of association . . . plainly presupposes a freedom not to associate” Roberts v. United States Jaycees, 468 twitter.com U.S. 609, 623 (1984).
Today's ruling is a victory for the First Amendment and democracy. Private sector unions not affected.
jjvors @jjvors🔁U.S. #SupremeCourt rules in favor of Janus, restores First Amendment rights to government workers illinoispolicy.org #Unions
EBuckner @buckner_e🔁JW President : “The Supreme Court’s decision today is a victory for national security, the U.S. Constitution, the rule of law, and the safety of U.S. citizens and other innocents.” (4/8)
. @dragonenergy_k🔁Thank you for protecting Americans from the gaping maw of greedy unions.
U.S. Supreme Court deals blow to labor unions, ruling 5-4 that public sector unions may not extract mandatory fees from hides of unwilling employees.
? Not so much anymore. LOL.
Brian Speer @BrianASpeer🔁Pelosi quoted re Supreme Court ruling: "“fake women’s health centers” that provide biased information." Interpretation: "We can't allow Christians (or any conservatives) the free exercise of religion in California."
Gudrun Garcia @guddie1🔁U.S. Supreme Court rules in Trump's favour on travel ban | CBC News cbc.ca