SCOTUS expected to rule on college admissions, immigration and religion
The Supreme Court’s term is wrapping up, and that means decisions on important cases will be released over the next month. Here are five of the 10 cases we’re watching:
First up – Can colleges and Universities consider race as a factor in their admissions? The justices will answer that question in their Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard decision.
In Biden versus Texas, the high court will decide whether the Department of Homeland security must continue to enforce migrant protection protocols, now known as the remain in Mexico policy. The Trump era rule required migrants to remain in Mexico while they waited for their asylum hearings.
Arizona versus San Francisco poses this question: If a federal rule is no longer enforced by the federal government – can a state continue to enforce the rule on its own?
Religious freedom is at the center of two cases. In Carson v. Makin. The high court will rule whether Maine was right to ban a student from using state-aid to pay for a private school which provided religious instruction.
The high court must also decide if a high school football coach’s post-game prayers are protected free speech, or government speech because he was a district employee, and therefore lack first amendment protection.
For our full coverage of the high court’s decisions, check out at Straight Arrow News.com or follow us on tiktok and twitter. Straight From DC, I’m Ray bogan.