The writ of certiorari is dismissed as improvidently granted.
The Court granted certiorari before judgment in this case to determine whether, under our precedents, certain abortion providers can pursue a pre-enforcement challenge to a recently enacted Texas statute.
The City of Memphis sits on the banks of the Mississippi River in the southwest corner of Tennessee.
To have Article III standing to sue in federal court, plaintiffs must demonstrate, among other things, that they suffered a concrete harm.
Congress requires most domestic refineries to blend a certain amount of ethanol and other renewable fuels into the transportation fuels they produce.
In March 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, 134 Stat. 281.
The Fourth Amendment ordinarily requires that police officers get a warrant before entering a home without permission.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are two of the Nation’s leading sources of mortgage financing.
A public high school student used, and transmitted to her Snapchat friends, vulgar language and gestures criticizing both the school and the school’s cheerleading team.
A California regulation grants labor organizations a “right to take access” to an agricultural employer’s property in order to solicit support for unionization.
This case involves a securities-fraud class action filed by several pension funds against The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., and three of its former executives (collectively, Goldman).
In the Sherman Act, Congress tasked courts with enforcing a policy of competition on the belief that market forces “yield the best allocation” of the Nation’s resources.
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