The ruling is a victory for the Trump administration's plan to expand who can cite religious or moral objections in declining to include contraceptives in health care plans.
The Electoral College is a terrible idea. And thanks to the Supreme Court's decision this week, getting rid of it has never been easier.
The ruling in a lawsuit by four "faithless electors" is a win for election officials, who warned of chaos if presidential electors could ignore the will of voters.
Thirty-two states require the people chosen on Election Day to cast ballots for the winner of their states' popular vote, but 18 states do not.
Justices reject claim that members of electoral college have a constitutional right to defy their state's popular vote and cast a ballot for the candidate of their choice.