WHEN the Supreme Court recognised a right for same-sex couples to marry in June 2015, the deep south took the news rather hard. No state was more piqued than Alabama, the least enthusiastic in the country about expanding marriage laws to include gays and lesbians. And no state has a chief justice as shamelessly recalcitrant as the cartoon character known as Roy Moore. On January 6th, Judge Moore—think of a clean-shaven Yosemite Sam with a gavel—ordered probate judges in Alabama to abide by a 134-page ruling of the Alabama Supreme Court issued on March 3rd according to which “probate judges have a ministerial duty not to issue any marriage licence contrary to the Alabama Sanctity of Marriage Amendment or Alabama Marriage Protection Act”. In other words: gay and lesbian couples need not apply. This 10-month-old ruling “remains in full force and effect” pending another ruling from the unhurried Alabama Supreme Court that will decide how last summer’s US Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v Hodgesimpacts the law of marriage in Alabama.
MADISON — State lawmakers charged with protecting Wisconsin's children have potentially violated state law by failing to hold required public hearings on the welfare of children who have been egregiously injured or killed.
The U.S. Supreme Court is preparing to consider reinstating death sentences for two brothers convicted in the notorious slayings of four people in Kansas, capital cases that roiled the state's politics and have prompted calls to remake its judiciary.
The Supreme Court begins its term this year with a smorgasbord of ideologically tasty morsels, including cases on affirmative action, labor rights, the death penalty, religion, and probably abortion. The court has never been more aggressive about resolving the country’s political debates. And yet it is ideologically polarized and more unpopular than it has been in quite a while.
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