Keep your eyes on the Supreme Court.
An article from Just The News pointed out that the Supreme Court has 24 key cases left before they take their summer break.
Supreme Court to rule in coming weeks on cases on religion, LGBT rights, new voting laws, Obamacare | Just The News https://t.co/kzsiCnuX9G
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) June 4, 2021
The Supreme Court has a total of 24 significant cases left to review before a three-month summer vacation begins in July, which focus on religion clashing with LGBT beliefs, Obamacare challenges by Republicans and voting restrictions since the 2020 presidential election that left many furious with state voting systems.
Some Republican-led states have recently enacted voting restrictions since the November 2002 election in an effort to prevent voter fraud.
The high court will review Arizona’s new laws on such limits and determine whether they undermines the Voting Rights Act of 1965 or creates other potential violations.
The Affordable Care Act will also be scrutinized and could potentially, though unlikely, result in the 2010 law under former President Obama being struck down.
Meanwhile, the Court has recently decided to review an abortion case involving Mississippi’s law prohibiting abortions after 15 weeks. The case is expected to be reviewed this fall and will directly confront the highly-debated Roe v. Wade decision of 1973.
We will update you on these cases as rulings come down.
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