This Thursday, the United States Supreme Court rejected affirmative action at colleges and universities around the nation, declaring that the race-conscious admissions programs at Harvard and the University of North Carolina were unlawful. Now on Friday, the Supreme Court decided to block the Biden administration's student debt relief program and sided with a Christian web designer in Colorado who refuses to create websites to celebrate same-sex weddings out of religious objections. Despite their limited federal elected power, Conservatives have racked up more huge wins in the great political battles of the early 21st century.

Newswise is your source for expert commentary. Below is a roundup of recent expert pitches concerning the United States Supreme Court.

Sociologists Available to Discuss Affirmative Action Ruling in College Admissions

- American Sociological Association (ASA)

Law and diversity experts react to Supreme Court's affirmative action decision

- Tulane University

Three important takeaways from SCOTUS decision in Groff v. DeJoy

- University of Georgia

SCOTUS decision on race-based admission: experts can comment

- Indiana University

U law expert available to comment on Supreme Court decision on affirmative action

- University of Utah

Recent SCOTUS decision puts to rest extreme 2020 presidential election claims, confirms state judicial input on states' election rules

- University of Georgia