Adree Edmo successfully sued the state and Corizon Health Inc. in 2017 when they refused to provide her with the operation.
The former president's legal team will appeal the ruling over his papers, so the House select committee investigating the Capitol riots might not receive them.
Justice Kavanaugh has suggested that prisoners are "moving the goalposts on their claims in order to delay executions" in a case brought by a Texas inmate.
The court will rule if inmates on death row are allowed to have spiritual advisers pray with them and lay a hand on them during their execution.
The former president has made many disparaging comments about his fellow Republican in recent months.
The reason for the Justice Department's total about-face in a critical religious liberty case is unclear.
On December 1, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade's viability standard.
Commissioner Dermot Shea said striking down New York's law "would really open the floodgates in terms of people being able to carry guns across the city."
"A significant portion of the gun safety movement's current agenda is likely to come under attack in the coming years," UCLA's Adam Winkler said.
The current New York state law requires gun owners to show "proper cause" in order to obtain a license to carry a concealed firearm outside their homes.
Now is the time for the Court to address the flawed interpretation of Section 230 that has given sweeping immunity to Big Tech companies.
Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical during Wednesday's oral arguments on whether or not New York's gun permit law should be struck down.
Experts told Newsweek that 25 percent of Americans could be impacted if the high court were to strike down the law in New York.
"We must refuse to pass this onto another generation," the 21-year-old urged the nine justices on Wednesday.
The current court is poised to be even more conservative than it was when it last established a nationwide right to keep a gun at home for self-defense.
The part of the Constitution guaranteeing the right to bear arms has long been ignored by many state and local governments.
When abortion is at issue at the Supreme Court, all bets are off.
Any talk of a right to abortion at the Founding, and of pre-quickening abortions being permissible until the 19th-century reforming state statutes, is fantasy.
The two conservative justices raised questions about Texas' abortion ban during opening arguments.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has argued that the federal government does not have the right to sue over the law.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear a case surrounding an appeal's court decision on the Trump-era Affordable Clean Energy rule.
The high court will hear arguments Monday over the new state law, which one doctor called an effort "to get around national laws."
Justices Neil Gorsuch, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito joined in dissenting from Friday's decision.
John Marion Grant, 60, was convicted in 1998 and given the death sentence for fatally stabbing prison cafeteria worker Gay Carter.
Conservative U.S. bishops have pushed for President Biden, a Roman Catholic, to be denied the sacrament of Holy Communion because of his stance on abortion.
The Supreme Court is set to take up two cases that could have major implications on the future of abortion access.
In all, six scheduled executions in the state have been delayed this year due to religious freedom claims.
Although he surely did not intend to do so, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken dealt the coup de grâce to the radical Left's court packing project this week.