Supreme Court Blocks Biden Administration's Latest Ban on EvictionsThe Supreme Court on Thursday lifted the Biden administration's newest federal ban on evictions, granting a bid from a group of landlords to block the pandemic-related protections for renters in most of the country facing eviction.
Supreme Court Rules Against Immigrants with Temporary Protected StatusA unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents.
Justices Question California Disclosure Rule For CharitiesThe Supreme Court appeared likely Monday to put a stop to California's practice of collecting the names and addresses of top donors to charities.
U.S. Supreme Court Orders California to Lift Pandemic Restrictions on Home WorshipThe Supreme Court is telling California that it can’t enforce coronavirus-related restrictions that have limited home-based religious worship including Bible studies and prayer meetings.
Supreme Court Unanimously Sides With Facebook In Text Message DisputeThe Supreme Court on Thursday sided with Facebook in a lawsuit over unwanted text notifications it sent, rejecting a claim that the messages violated the federal ban on robocalls.
SF, SCC Counties Win Final Victory In Challenge To Trump Administration's 'Public Charge' Rule; DOJ Drops AppealBay Area lawmakers did a final victory lap in the challenge to Trump administration's 'public charge' rule after the Department of Justice dropped its appeal and the Supreme Court dismissed the case.
UPDATE: Supreme Court Orders Santa Clara County To Allow Indoor Church ServicesThe U.S. Supreme Court on Friday has ordered Santa Clara County to allow indoor church services to resume pending an appeal.
Decision Ending Ban On High-Capacity Magazines Back Before 9th CircuitCalifornia’s ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines might have been struck down last year, but it could be revived again as a federal appeals court said Thursday that it will reconsider the decision ending the ban.
SCOTUS Appears Leaning Towards Expansion Of Warrantless Entry Into HomesThrough questioning, judges on the Supreme Court hinted Wednesday that they were inclined to expand when police can enter a suspect's home without a warrant.
COVID: One SJ Church Defies Ban On Gatherings While Another Sees It As A BlessingWhile other churches are struggling, Pastor Mel Dahlgren of the South Bay Christian Church thinks the shutdown has been a godsend.
COVID: Santa Clara County Ban On Indoor Religious Services To Stay In Effect Pending Court HearingA federal court ruled Wednesday night that Santa Clara County's ban on indoor religious services can remain in effect for the time being, ahead of an upcoming court hearing.
COVID: Bay Area Churches Laud Supreme Court Ruling On Indoor Worship ServicesHouses of worship across the Bay Area applauded last week's Supreme Court decision that struck down complete bans on indoor religious services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While services are allowed to resume, they may not sound the same.
Supreme Court Rejects Texas Bid To Overturn Election Results In Four StatesThe Supreme Court on Friday rebuffed a last-ditch attempt by Texas to block electors from four battleground states — all of which backed President-elect Joe Biden — from voting in the Electoral College.
COVID Purple Tier: U.S. Supreme Court Allows California's COVID Restrictions On Churches To Stand For NowWith new COVID cases soaring and indoor religious services banned across the San Francisco Bay Area, the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday ordered a lower federal court to reexamine the state's COVID restrictions on religious services in areas hard hit by the coronavirus.
Stakes High In California As U.S. Supreme Court Decides Whether To Strike Down Affordable Care ActThe US Supreme court heard arguments early Tuesday morning on whether the Affordable care act should remain in place. While a majority of justices appeared to agree, there’s no guarantee how the Court will eventually rule.