MEDFORD, Ore. – A local gun shop is reacting to the Supreme Court decision to strike down the federal ban of bump stocks, ruling it as unlawful on June 14. It was voted 6-3 with the court’s conservatives in the ...

WASHINGTON D.C. (CNN) – The Supreme Court struck down a federal ban on bump stocks approved by former President Donald Trump. His administration had pushed for the ban in response to a 2017 mass shooting that killed 58 people at ...

Author: Lawrence Hurley (NBC News) WASHINGTON D.C. (NBC News) – In a blow for anti-abortion advocates, the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a challenge to the abortion pill mifepristone, meaning the commonly used drug can remain widely available. The court found unanimously that the ...

SALEM, Ore. – Governor Tina Kotek is weighing in on the Grants Pass homeless case that was recently heard by the Supreme Court. The case regards criminalizing sleeping in public spaces when there is no shelter available and last week ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. –  The Supreme Court on Monday is weighing the constitutionality of whether cities, specifically in the western United States can criminalize sleeping or camping in public places when a person has nowhere else to go. According to an ...

Monday will be a big day in the Rogue Valley. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case out of Grants Pass regarding criminalizing sleeping in public spaces. Cities around the country have been paying close attention to this case ...

Author: Jamie Parfitt, Colten Weekley (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. — When the Portland City Council voted earlier this summer to institute a new ordinance governing where and how homeless people can camp in the city, the form of the daytime camping ...

(NBC) – The Supreme Court announced Thursday that the bankruptcy reorganization of opioid maker, Purdue Pharma, will be put on hold. The move comes after an emergency request from the Biden Administration raised objections about a provision that protects the ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (NBC) – In Washington, D.C., a sharp division is growing over recent Supreme Court rulings. Hot-button issues related to gay rights, college admissions, and student loans are all in the spotlight. Republicans, with their eyes on 2024, are ...

Author: Ashley Grams (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — Last week, the Supreme Court struck down affirmative action in higher education. That means colleges and universities won’t be considering race when selecting students. Now local organizations and students brace for the ...

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