In an order Friday, the justices agreed to hear a constitutional challenge to the part of the landmark Voting Rights Act that requires all or parts of 16 states with a history of discrimination in voting to get federal approval before making any changes in the way they hold elections. The high court considered the … Continue reading Supreme Court will consider challenge to Section 5 of Voting Rights Act
The following is an exclusive from attorney, conservative political analyst, and our newest Mississippi PEP contributing columnist Russ Latino. Look for more contributing columnists over the coming weeks and months from Mississippi PEP as we continue to give readers insight into state government and political thought you can get nowhere else. Find Russ on Facebook … Continue reading Russ Latino: The Supreme Court Erred in Its Decision on the Affordable Care Act
The decision from the SCOTUS on ObamaCare is that the individual mandate is a tax and therefore survives. Chief Justice John Roberts has joined with the left leaning members of the court to rule the individual mandate is a tax, this according to our interview with Sen. Chris McDaniel means that the suit will likely … Continue reading Breaking: ACA upheld! SCOTUS rules Obamacare’s individual mandate survives as a tax.