Supreme Court prepares for major decisions on Trump taxes, LGBT rights, immigration and abortion

A woman walks her dog in front of he U.S. Supreme Court building May 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. Alex Wong | Getty Images

By Tucker Higgins

When Gerald Bostock went to Washington last fall to ask the Supreme Court to rule that it was unlawful for him to be fired because he’s gay, there was no global pandemic.

Since then, the world — and his new job as a mental health counselor — have been flipped […]


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