Maryland’s gerrymandering case, involving the state’s Sixth Congressional District, that’s been making its way through the courts for several years landed before the U-S Supreme Court on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON – On this week’s “Washington Bullpen” podcast, Host Jarod Golub talks about the new U.S.-Canada-Mexico trade agreement and Amazon’s minimum wage increase. Danielle Stein and Lauren Koenig from the Capital News Service broadcast bureau join to discuss Thursday’s FBI…
This week in “The Washington Bullpen” podcast, hosts Julia Karron and Jarrod Golub talk about the results of Pennsylvania’s special House election and the implications for the 2018 midterm congressional elections. They also discuss a Maryland gerrymandering case coming up…
Episode 6 of the Washington Bullpen. The hosts discuss recent SCOTUS actions, NCAA corruption and craft brewery legislation.
In 2012, Denver area baker Jack Phillips turned down a request to make a custom wedding cake for a same-sex couple in Colorado. The case finally reached the Supreme Court and protesters and supporters were out in full force.
Protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday to send a message to the justices who were about to hear arguments on Wisconsin re-districting case. The Supreme Court ruling in that case that could impact a challenge still underway to Maryland’s Congressional redistricting process.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a major campaign finance case as hundreds of protestors rallied against eliminating campaign donation caps.
Chants calling for equality rang out across the front steps of the Supreme Court Wednesday, as marriage equality supporters gathered to wave American flags and carry colorful signs while the court inside heard a challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act.