Capitol Report (June 30): SCOTUS Ruling Limits EPA’s Power; Exposing China’s Hidden Crimes

An eventful Supreme Court term has come to an end with two more major decisions—one dealing a blow to the Biden administration, the other scoring a win. How will they impact climate and immigration policies, and the lives of Americans?

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson becomes the first black woman to be sworn in as a Supreme Court justice, fulfilling a promise made by President Joe Biden.

At the International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington, spiritual believers are exposing China’s hidden crime of forced organ harvesting. Many victims are practitioners of the Falun Dafa spiritual discipline. We hear their stories.

What would be a unifying cause to bridge the partisanship throughout the country? Katrina Lantos Swett, the co-chair of the International Religious Freedom Summit, might have the answer.

The Fourth of July weekend may set a record for road trips. AAA says more Americans will hit the road over this Independence Day holiday weekend than ever before. And airports will be busy as well.

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