In 2019, the Clearinghouse Community will phase out as a digital publication. This transition is in support of our core strategic goals of advancing economic and racial justice through state and multistate advocacy. We will end the monthly publication of Clearinghouse articles but maintain a digital archive. We encourage you to stay connected through povertylaw.org, our blog, Facebook, and Twitter for future developments. Thank you for your continued support of the Shriver Center.
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2017–18 Term
A Taste of the New NormalBy Jane Perkins, Gary F. Smith & Mona Tawatao Jane Perkins, Gary F. Smith, Mona Tawatao
The U.S. Supreme Court charted a confident and decidedly conservative path during the 2017–18 Term. Common were 5-to-4 rulings. The conservative justices controlled the outcome of most cases affecting access to federal courts and ruled on issues such as standing and separation of powers, mootness, statutory construction and deference, injunctions, standard of review, stare decisis, timeliness of appeals and tolling, and administrative procedure.(Read more ➢)