Swing-vote Justice Kennedy retires from US Supreme Court

Swing-vote Justice Kennedy retires from US Supreme Court

Swing-vote Justice Kennedy retires from US Supreme Court

The conservative justices "have never taken Roe seriously", he said of the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion. Although not the oldest, he is the most senior member of the court, having been nominated by former President Ronald Reagan. The president quickly tweeted his reaction: "Wow!"

The travel ban survives as long as it can "reasonably be understood to result from a justification independent of unconstitutional grounds", Roberts wrote, noting that the court hardly ever strikes down a policy under that test.

Justice Sotomayor described at length various statements Mr Trump made on the campaign trail. He added that the court would not comment on whether the policy was good.

Writing for the court, Chief Justice John Roberts said that the government "has set forth a sufficient national security justification" to prevail.

The travel ban, which the Supreme Court allowed to take effect in December, has been widely criticised by refugee and human rights groups.

"Shouldn't the Republican Senate invoke its own "Garland Doctrine" and wait for the results of the next presidential election before filling his seat?"

While the refugee resettlement program will remain open for business, nonimmigrant travelers - people who come to the USA for business, employment, tourism or education - from the seven countries will indefinitely remain barred from entering the U.S.

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SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS TRUMP TRAVEL BAN. Wow!

McConnell's inability a year ago to fulfill a longtime Republican promise of undoing Obama's signature health-care law strained his relationship with Trump and turned him into a momentary villain in his own party.

Joe Biden (D-Del.) gave a speech calling for Congress to delay any prospective Supreme Court pick until after then-President George Bush's ultimately unsuccessful reelection bid.

Opponents of the ban challenged the decision in court. Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan also dissented. She accused her colleagues of "ignoring the facts, misconstruing our legal precedent, and turning a blind eye to the pain and suffering the Proclamation inflicts upon countless families and individuals, many of whom are United States citizens".

He has written all the court's major gay-rights decisions, including the 2015 ruling that declared same-sex marriage is a constitutional right nationwide.

Malik worries that Tuesday's ruling grants the Trump administration a blank check to expand the travel ban and prevent more refugees and immigrants from entering the U.S. So does Syed Naqvi, a Pakistani immigrant who showed up to the downtown protest with his wife and five children.

Trump supporters across the country applauded the decision. Raymond Kethledge, of the Sixth Circuit, is hostile to workers' rights and privacy rights: notably, he once argued that the government has a right to collect, without a warrant, records that reveal details of consumers' cell phone calls - a position the current Supreme Court just rejected.

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