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Inside the back-and-forth happening behind the scenes of the Supreme Court

Supreme Court justices have known for months whether the Affordable Care Act will be struck down. They've decided whether a Catholic social service agency may refuse to screen same-sex couples as foster parents. And they've resolved whether a school wrongly disciplined a cheerleader who posted a profane Snapchat rant when she failed to make varsity.

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Microsoft wants to make voting more trustworthy. This partnership will help

In late February 2020, Microsoft carried out the first official test of its ElectionGuard voting security software in an election in Fulton, Wisconsin, for the local school board and a state supreme court seat. Developed as part of the tech giant's "Defending Democracy" project, the software is designed to help make elections more secure and trustworthy.

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Obamacare, LGBTQ rights, voting laws in play during Supreme Court's final month

The Supreme Court is staring at its self-imposed end of June deadline, but the justices have not yet released some of the most significant opinions of the term, including a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, the Voting Rights Act and a case on religious liberty involving a Philadelphia foster agency.

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This could be the case that takes down Roe v. Wade

Just a week ago, it seemed hard to imagine that the Supreme Court, with its conservative supermajority, was ready for a direct attack on Roe v. Wade. After all, the justices had been considering a Mississippi abortion case since September without saying a word.

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