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The Supreme Court’s Legitimacy Crisis

Molly Coleman and Tristin Brown Teen Vogue
The right-wing supermajority on the Court is the result of a movement determined to seize power at any cost. It's time to critically assess and reconfigure the Court’s role in our society. Our democracy depends on it.

Samuel Alito: One Angry Man

Aziz Huq Politico
If Alito gets his way — and there is no reason to think he won’t — the Supreme Court will increasingly be a religious censor: keeping women in their lane, imposing "Christian rights," and preventing uppity scientists from getting their wicked way.

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Group Appeals Mandatory Union Fees to Supreme Court

David G. Savage Los Angeles Times
The court case could pose a major threat to public-sector unions whose clout grew in the 1970s after the high court upheld laws requiring all employees who benefit from collective bargaining to contribute to the union. Although teachers and other public workers may refuse to pay dues used to support a union's political activities, they can still be forced to pay a so-called "fair share" fee that covers operation costs.
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