U.S. Supreme Court
CBS11 went to two very different church services on the first Sunday since the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriage.
“Numerous lawyers stand ready to assist clerks defending their religious beliefs… and I will do everything I can from this office to be a public voice for those standing in defense of their rights.”
Sharon Nelson and Debbie Clark had tears of joy in their eyes as they walked out of the Tarrant County Clerk’s office with a marriage license.
“I’m disappointed that the rule of law and respect for the moral fabric of America has been cast aside by U.S. Supreme Court today,” said the chairman of the Republican Party of Texas.
Same-sex couples in Texas may soon obtain marriage licenses following Friday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalizes gay marriage nationwide.
All eyes are on the U.S. Supreme Court this morning since same-sex marriage is among the five cases still to be decided. But the Texas AG has a message for offices preparing to issue marriage licenses – not so fast!
The Supreme Court ruled the exchanges set-up by the federal government in states like Texas that didn’t set up their own exchanges are part of the law.
The Supreme Court has upheld the nationwide tax subsidies under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, in a ruling that preserves health insurance for millions of Americans.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to consider a ruling that found Texas was not directly responsible for the deaths of 23 endangered whooping cranes.
67-year old Lester Bower will be the oldest Texas inmate executed if his scheduled lethal injection is carried out this week in Huntsville for the slayings of four men at a North Texas ranch more than 31 years ago.
The U.S. Supreme Court has criticized the “Pick-a-Pal” system, but small-county judges oppose changing it, arguing that jury pools may get too small.
Dell Inc. has joined opposition to a Texas bill that would attempt to defy the U.S. Supreme Court if gay marriage is legalized.