The Supreme Court and the Latino community
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) receives a large number of cases for consideration each judicial term. Of the hundreds of cases, the Court selects to hear those cases that define the course of the Constitution, and impact the lives of all Americans. The Court is structured with nine justices on the Bench in order to fulfill its judicial responsibility. SCOTUS currently is experiencing a unique situation in which there are only eight justices on the Bench, and even so, it must move ahead.
During this term, there were four cases in particular before SCOTUS that deeply affect Latinos and other minorities: