Currently, the Supreme Court is in session and making major decisions that will have a huge impact on America's future. Since they started their work, they have issued 18 opinions. The biggest cases that are yet to come are expected to be decided soon. Conservatives are anxious about the outcome of these cases, especially regarding religious accommodations and affirmative action.
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The Supreme Court is currently considering two cases: the University of North Carolina's case involving affirmative action and the president and fellows of Harvard University.
These cases will determine if the use of racial preferences in college admissions is constitutional.
After the oral arguments, it has been concluded that the majority of the court is leaning towards ruling that universities should not be allowed to consider race in their admissions. This will force other schools to rethink their policies.
Another case that the court is currently hearing involves the government's ability to compel speech. In this case, a woman who owns a wedding website design company is challenging a Colorado law that requires her to provide services that are not aligned with her religious beliefs.
The decision of the Supreme Court in this case could have a huge impact on the creative professions in various states. It could determine if the government can force artists to convey messages they do not agree with.
Another case that the court is currently hearing involves the government's ability to compel speech. It could determine if the government can force artists to convey messages that they do not agree with. The Biden administration's plan to forgive the loans of almost 40 million Americans has been put on hold as the Supreme Court decides if this plan is constitutional.
Another case before the court involves the liability of social media companies. In a case involving Google, the family of a deceased American student is suing the company for allegedly providing recommendations on how to radicalize potential followers of ISIS using videos that were created by the terrorist organization. The Supreme Court will then decide the extent to which platforms are protected under Section 230 of the Communication Decency Act.
The decisions made by the court will have a huge impact on various aspects of American society, and conservatives are hoping that the results will be in line with what they believe.
Source: The Daily Caller