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Healthcare, Borders, and Unions Oh My: The Week in SCOTUS

Ricardo2 Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 2:32 PM
I was a signee along w/ 30,000 of my fellow citizens on the original suits to start this process, and w/ a group w/ an amicus brief, I am not a lawyer but if the mandate goes all of it doesn't necessarily have to fall. If all falls though anything in the 1000s of pages would be null & void. I'm hoping for ALL to fall.
Ann272 Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 3:20 PM
Congratulations for being able to participate in this action. The old idiot, my Senator Chuck Schumer, now has on his web page the statement that Obama's Friday immigration statement and order are "historic", but I sent an e-mail anyway to demand that impeachment proceedings begin. At least we won't have the KGB arresting us.

With just two weeks until the end of its spring term, the Supreme Court has nine outstanding rulings, and while healthcare is the issue on everyone’s mind, a few other cases are worth a glance, too. Here’s a quick rundown of the Justices’ week ahead:

Knox v. Service Employees International Union The central question to this case pertains to whether unions must issue notice when fees go up. The petitioners (Knox) are not members of the SEIU, but as California state employees, they’re part of the collective bargaining bloc, and so they pay what’s called an “agency fee”...