Nuns can wear habits to the Supreme Court, but a tribal leader was blocked from wearing his regalia -

Yakama Nation Tribal Council Chairman JoDe Goudy traveled from Washington to Washington, D.C., to observe Supreme Court oral arguments in a case with direct implications for his tribe. But when the day came, he was blocked from doing so—because he was wearing his traditional tribal garb, including a headdress.

Two court officials, including what appears to be a member of the Supreme Court of the United States Police—yes, it’s separate—gave Goudy two equally absurd reasons for his exclusion, one...

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