50 years later, SCOTUS decision against Jacksonville ordinance gains new relevance
At the heart of a lawsuit filed July 25 against the school boards in Duval, Orange, Palm Beach and Indian River counties, is the concept that a law cannot be valid if there’s no objectively consistent way to follow, enforce or even define it.
GOP Senate leaders meet with Obama on SCOTUS vacancy
While the presidential candidates watch the polls, another election battle is brewing on Capitol Hill. Senate Republicans met with President Obama Tuesday and stood firm on their promise to block any nominee the President suggests to replace Antonin Scalia. Jan Crawford reports.cbsnews.com
SCOTUS turns away same-sex marriage cases
SCOTUS turns away same-sex marriage cases The Supreme Court turned away seven same-sex marriage cases in five states, refusing for now to take up the question of whether same-sex couples have a right to marriage. But their inaction cleared the decks for couples to get wedding licenses in five states. Same-sex marriage is now currently legal in 30 states and the District of Columbia. Jan Crawford reports.cbsnews.com