Bir gün, bir arkadaş çıkar karşına ve senin için, "öleceğim" der, ölür.
The US Supreme Court, 5-4, struck down as unconstitutional the oppressive Louisiana anti-abortion rights law aimed at closing clinics, with Chief Justice Roberts concurring with Justices Breyer, Ginsburg, Sotomayor, and Kagan. A major victory for #ReproJustice!
(Justice Kagan isn't the only one with an affinity for a well-placed spoiler alert!)
BREAKING: SCOTUS DECIDES 5-4 TO REVERSE LOUISIANA ABORTION BAN!!!!
Breyer, Ginsburg, Sotomayor, Kagan, Roberts just reversed Louisiana's attempt to punish doctors and women with a backdoor end to abortion.
BREAKING: Supreme Court reverses Louisiana's pro-life law in June Medical Services case. Breyer announced the judgment of the Court and delivered an opinion, in which Ginsburg, Sotomayor, Kagan joined. Chief Justice Roberts filed an opinion concurring in the judgment.
The Supreme Court, in 5-4 decision, strikes down Louisiana anti-abortion law that poses an "undue burden" on a woman's constitutional right to an abortion.
Breyer, Ginsburg, Sotomayor, Kagan, Roberts
Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh
Heritage Foundation fully turns on Roberts:
"This is the latest in a series of judicial power grabs from the Chief Justice and the liberal wing of the court ... Justice Roberts, a so-called 'conservative,' is clearly no longer running things — it’s now the Kagan Court."
Read Justice Kagan cut straight to the heart of what's really going on in today's decision on the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Is Kagan the first justice to use "spoiler alert" and/or the first to cite Schoolhouse Rock? https://t.co/O5kr6rKWxE
Justice Roberts, a so-called “conservative,” is clearly no longer running things — it’s now the Kagan Court.
Kagan and Sotomayor, writing in dissent, are both bracingly explicit in describing the rot at the core of our government. They're angry and afraid, and willing to say so. (More clearly and compellingly, in my experience, than Dem congressional leadership.) https://t.co/7rowwFPTiJ
"Justice Roberts, a so-called 'conservative,' is clearly no longer running things."
Welcome to the Kagan Court.
Renkdaşımız Kağan Sağır’ı kaybettik.
Ailesinin ve sevdiklerinin başısağolsun.
Teksaslılar ölmez kalplerde yaşar!#kağansağır https://t.co/Y4r5qE4jUL
In her dissent, Justice Kagan puts her finger on what this case - and the whole effort to undermine CFPB since it was first proposed - is really about.
Making it harder for agencies to check the outsized (economic & political) power of the financial industry. https://t.co/AHl1BZIlZo
Justice Kagan’s dissent in the CFPB case accuses the majority of employing a “Schoolhouse Rock definition” of separation of powers.
U.S. Supreme Court 5-3 upholds curb on overseas funding for HIV/AIDS relief to take a formal stance opposing prostitution and sex trafficking-
3 liberal justices dissented & 1 liberal justice Elena Kagan didn’t participate. Shameful.
Has Kagan one-upped her cite to Dr. Seuss in Yates with her cite to Schoolhouse Rock in CFPB today? She even offers a YouTube cite (I'm sad to say that I'm old enough to remembering watching this as a kid in 1979). https://t.co/qOpzNi361a
#appellatetwitter #TVLearning https://t.co/FAHvNRgp70
The opinion of the Court was delivered by Breyer, Ginsburg, Sotomayor and Kagan, with Roberts filing a concurring opinion. https://t.co/fRgGEtBFWc
ICYMI: Breyer, Kagan, Sotomayor, Ginsburg ruled today that Louisiana's abortion restrictions are unconstitutionally burdensome. Roberts didn't join their ruling but concurred, saying he was bound by precedent. Conservatives are furious. https://t.co/XnfVkASVkX
Kagan uses the phrase "spoiler alert" in dissent in #CFPB case AND cites School House Rock. Now *that* is how you make a separation of powers case fun and interesting for non-#SCOTUS nerds. #Seilalaw
'The Kagan Court': Anti-abortion leaders rip Roberts for ruling against Louisiana restrictions
“Kağan Önal'ın kadrajından Tomris Uyar, Cemal Süreya, Ece Ayhan, Nilgün Marmara, İlhan Berk, Tevfik Akdağ, Cemal Uzunoğlu ve Yağmur Denizhan, Nilgün Marmara'nın Kızıltoprak'taki evinde” https://t.co/vbfkx6JNsU
It needs to be said that Justice Kagan is probably the only one up there right now who's actually committed to stare decisis for its own sake.
For better or worse.
Kagan citing "Schoolhouse Rock" in this morning's decision is my favorite SCOTUS news of the year https://t.co/QXwZ197ZAW