You are here


September 17, 2015

Washington, DC – On September 29, 2005, John Roberts became the 17th Chief Justice of the United States. Ten years later, the Roberts Court is poised to begin another potentially blockbuster Term with a number of hot button issues, including labor rights, affirmative action, and corporate power already on the Court’s docket, and others, such as immigration and abortion, on the horizon. Given the Court’s attention to these and other vital issues, it is likely to be at the center of the 2016 race.