(CNN) The Supreme Court on Thursday at 10 a.m. ET will issue the last two opinions of the term in highly anticipated cases involving the Voting Rights Act and charitable donor disclosures that could have an impact on political donations. All eyes will also be on Justice Stephen Breyer , who during the final days of the Supreme Court session has written decisions preserving the Affordable Care Act and bolstering student free speech , has been the subject of speculation over his future on the bench. Here is a look at the last two cases where justices will deliver opinions. Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee The Supreme Court is considering two Arizona voting rules that the Democratic National Committee says violate the historic Voting Rights Act that prohibits laws that result in racial discrimination. Read More One provision wholly rejects ballots cast in the wrong precinct. Another says that only certain persons — family, caregivers, mail carriers and elections officials — may deliver another person’s completed ballot to the polling place. This is the most significant voting rights case the court has heard since 2013’s decision in Shelby County v. Holder. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the 5-4 majority opinion… Read full this story
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The Supreme Court will issue its final opinions of the term Thursday. Here are the two major cases. have 297 words, post on edition.cnn.com at June 29, 2021. This is cached page on NGHONG. If you want remove this page, please contact us.