Supreme Court justices grappled with the First Amendment rights of schoolchildren in the case of a former high school cheerleader. “We don't want our young people to be living under a sort of surveillance state,” Yale Law professor Justin Driver says to @smerconish .
The Supreme Court took up a case with important free speech implications. At issue: can a public school punish a student for what she said off-campus, on social media? @JanCBS has more on why the Justices struggled on how to draw the line and apply the first amendment.
The South Dakota Supreme Court heard final arguments in a legal battle sparked by an attempt by Gov. Kristi Noem's administration to strike down a voter-passed constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana.
Donald Trump’s own cabinet considered invoking the 25TH AMENDMENT TO REMOVE HIM from office and yet we are allowing him and the Republican’s who support him to choose a Supreme Court Justice who believes he can pardon himself?!?! What country is this?