Posted on · On Thursday's show: The Texas GOP's in-person convention is cancelled, an investigation into work practices at drug and alcohol rehab facilities, new opinions from SCOTUS, and developing walkable spaces near transit centers.
Posted on · The U.S. Supreme Court blocked federal courts from policing partisan gerrymandering and put the issue of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census on hold.
Posted on · Patrick Murphy, who escaped from prison and participated in a robbery that led to a murder, was scheduled to be executed Thursday. The court said he had the right to a spiritual adviser of his choice.
Posted on · Carlos Ayestas’ appeal hinges on whether Texas denied his legal team the resources needed to argue mitigating factors during his sentencing hearing
Posted on · It lasted barely half a second, but the infamous “wardrobe malfunction” stole the show – and led to an eight-year battle between the FCC and CBS that ended at the Supreme Court
Posted on · Hosts/Commentators, Jay Aiyer and Brandon Rottinghaus discuss what cases the U.S. Supreme Court has and will be tackling this term.