June 13, 2024

SCOTUS has about 28 decisions to make before summer recess

Summer vacation may be coming up soon for most of us, but America's Supreme Court isn't going to have a summer break for a long while unless they start making some decisions soon.

Reports indicate that the SCOTUS needs to make around 28 ruling before excusing for summer recess.

America's Supreme Court may currently be going through the most important time in the court's history, as some of the most important decision in America's history seem to be falling into the lap of our current conservative-majority Supreme Court.

Issues like abortion, voting rights, race relations, social media, college tuition, housing financing, border security, and election validity could all be changed for the foreseeable future very soon.

Here are some noteworthy cases that the Supreme Court is expected to decide on soon:

United States v Rahimi: The Supreme Court is expected to make a decision that impacts if people who are the subject of domestic-violence restraining orders are able to own guns under the Second Amendment.

SEC v. Jarkesy: A major case that could change how America does business for ever. This decision could possible rule that the core functions of the SEC are actually in violation of America's Constitution.

Campos-Chaves v. Garland: This case could have a HUGE impact on America's future immigration decisions. It revolves around how to handle what happens when a non-citizen does not appear at an immigration proceeding.

Smith v. Arizona: The decision in this case could change court cases in America forever. The Supreme Court will rule on when an expert witness' testimony in a court case should be taken as fact, and when it should be taken as opinion.

Ohio v. EPA: This case will determine whether "the Supreme Court should temporarily block a rule issued by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce air pollution from power plants and other industrial facilities while litigation continues."

McIntosh v. United States: The Supreme Court will be deciding "whether a district court can enter a criminal forfeiture order when the time limit specified in the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure has already passed. In this case, the government did not submit a preliminary forfeiture order until more than two-and-a-half years after the defendant was sentenced."

Clearly, America's Supreme Court has a TON of big decisions coming up, and the decisions they make will probably impact Americans for quite some time.

Are there any of these cases you are particularly excited to see a decision on?

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