The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that states are free to punish presidential electors who don’t support the winner of the popular vote. It also upheld almost the entirety of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which bans robocalls to cell phones. Those rulings come after the court issued some unexpected decisions recently in cases involving undocumented immigrants who arrived as children, LGBTQ workers, and abortion rights in Louisiana. More rulings are still to come, including a decision on whether President Trump is required to release his tax returns to house democrats and a New York grand jury. We discuss the cases with Jessica Levinson, professor of law at Loyola Law School and host of the new podcast, “Passing Judgment."
Jessica Levinson on the Latest Supreme Court Rulings
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Bill Christeson holds a sign outside the U.S. Supreme Court on June 30, 2020. The court is expected to release a ruling that will determine whether President Trump can block the release of his financial records. (Stefani Reynolds/Getty Images)
Jessica Levinson, professor of Law at Loyola Law School; host of the new podcast, “Passing Judgement”