Man, the Supreme Court wants to go on summer vacay so bad! All it wants to do is head to the cabin upstate, chill at the lake, and make out with its boyfriend (he’s from Canada, you don’t know him), but Dad is being a total knob about driving privileges. “No driving until you finish all your opinions from last term blah blah blah.” Whatever, dad!
While we wait to hear how SCOTUS will rule on the potentially life-altering affirmative action and gay marriage cases, the Court has been busy handing down other major decisions that, in any other year, would have been considered historic. For example! Yesterday, the Court held that nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that work to reduce the spread of HIV and AIDS no longer have to pledge an “anti-prostitution oath” in order to received federal funds to fight the disease overseas. This is huge!