November 2017 Archives

The Supreme Court refused to hear a challenge to Mississippi's state flag, which incorporates the Confederate battle flag, and state laws requiring its display near schools.


The justices refuse to consider a Texas school district's policy of allowing a student to deliver a prayer or religious poem before board meetings.


The long-running case stems from the federal government's taking into trust land for a band of the Pottawatomi Indians, whose casino aids local schools and other agencies.


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