A recent SCOTUS decision about the “ordinary meaning” of words in the statute makes for strange reading. The Indian SC too has resorted to such rules of “ordinary meaning”, but the judicial recourse in both societies is rather puzzling, if not extraordinary.
RBG left behind a legacy that changed her country—questioning policies and laws discriminatory to women and pulling all her might in the preservation and promotion of “constitutional essentials” in SCOTUS
Americans with various sexual preferences won an unexpected victory in the United States Supreme Court with a 6-3 ruling. According to it, federal civil rights laws protect Americans from being fired from work if an employer opposes their sexual inclination.