David G. Savage has covered the Supreme Court and legal issues for the Los Angeles Times in the Washington bureau since 1986. He has covered the Senate confirmation hearings for all of the current justices. In addition to writing about the court’s work, he has written on the legal battles that have raged in Washington. He joined The Times in 1981 and was an education writer on the Metro staff for five years. He has degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Northwestern University.
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El Tribunal Supremo, en una votación de 7 a 2, rechaza el último intento de anular el Obamacare, incluidas sus protecciones para las personas con condiciones preexistentes.
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The Supreme Court, in a 7-2 vote, rejects the latest attempt to void Obamacare, including its protections for those with preexisting conditions.
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Supreme Court says those receiving temporary protected status who entered the United States illegally do not have a right to lawful permanent status.
The court has freed Texas and other Southern states to add voting restrictions, and has given the GOP an edge in the battle to control Congress.
Supreme Court limits computer fraud law to those who wrongly gain access to confidential files, not those who misuse data they’re authorized to see.
El Tribunal Supremo anuló una norma utilizada por el Tribunal del 9º Circuito de California que presumía que la mayoría de los inmigrantes que solicitaban asilo decían la verdad.
The Supreme Court set aside a rule used by the 9th Circuit Court in California that presumed most immigrants seeking asylum were telling the truth.
Supreme Court makes it harder for immigrants to challenge their earlier deportation, even if it was in error.