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 July 15, 2023

Supreme Court reveals cases that it will decide on in the next term

The Supreme Court has revealed the cases it will be reviewing in the next term following a term full of groundbreaking decisions.

The Supreme Court released its oral arguments schedule for October on Friday and it is full of important cases that could have big implications for the Supreme Court's 2023-2024 term.

The conservative majority Supreme Court has been hard at work dismantling the left's advances in the culture war.

Even better, the Supreme Court has made it clear that they are going to protect the Constitution against the Left's corrosion. Americans should get excited as there is more big decisions in the pipeline.

Return of common sense

For too long, the Supreme Court has allowed the executive branch's regulatory function to grow like a cancer. The federal government's reach has grown astronomically over the past few decades and is in dire need of trimming.

The Supreme Court will be addressing everything from alleged racial gerrymandering to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

One case, Acheson Hotels, LLC v. Laufer, will likely repudiate some exploitative abuses that have been used to target businesses with frivolous and unreasonable lawsuits.

The plaintiff, Deborah Laufer, sued Acheson Hotels for failing to offer disability accommodations.

In what way did Acheson Hotels fail to accommodate Americans with disabilities? Apparently Laufer had scanned hotel websites and found that they were “insufficiently clear” about the accommodations provided for the disabled.

Laufer targeted upwards of 600 hotels looking for technical violations in order to bring a lawsuit against establishments that she had never personally visited. It's likly that the conservative Supreme Court will look to strike down such petty behavior and send a message against frivolous litigation.

Gerrymandering decision

Alexander v. South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP involves allegations of racially gerrymandering in violation of the 14th and 15th Amendments.

South Carolina's Republicans appealed a federal court decision that found that the state’s 1st Congressional District had been gerrymandered along racial lines.

Now Republicans are asking the Supreme Court to reverse that decision and this sets the Supreme Court up to make a massive decision on gerrymandering, an issue that has been particularly relevant lately.

The Supreme Court is reshaping America's legal landscape and returning it to common sense and the Constitution. Americans should expect more upheaval and prepare for anger from the left as it seems inevitable that they won't be happy with the upcoming decisions.

Written By:
Robert Hoel

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