Second Circuit Reconsiders Challenge to Connecticut Trans-Inclusive School Sports Policy
For years, we have been covering the rising tide of legislation concerning transgender people, particularly youth. Just earlier this month, we dissected a Republican-backed bill that recently passed the House of Representatives. The bill aims to modify Title IX, the eminent civil rights law in the U.S. On the one…Read more about "Second Circuit Reconsiders Challenge to Connecticut Trans-Inclusive School Sports Policy"
Courts Continue to Pass the Buck on Gerrymandering Cases
The North Carolina Supreme Court recently laid down its ruling in a critical case that could seriously affect future federal elections. The case centers around the "independent state legislature theory," a radical theory claiming that, under the U.S. Constitution, state legislatures may determine how federal elections take place without oversight…Read more about "Courts Continue to Pass the Buck on Gerrymandering Cases"
Republican Congressman George Santos Charged With Money-laundering, Fraud, and Theft
Freshman congressman and senior liar George Santos surrendered himself to federal authorities at a courthouse in Long Island, New York, on the morning of May 10. The 34-year-old congressman pled not guilty to the 13 charges levied against him by authorities in the Eastern District of New York and was released…Read more about "Republican Congressman George Santos Charged With Money-laundering, Fraud, and Theft"
SCOTUS To Decide if Property Tax Forfeiture Constitutes Taking
An elderly woman in the Twin Cities stopped paying property taxes on her condo, so the county government seized her property and sold it. Now her case is up before the U.S. Supreme Court. Geraldine Tyler, 94, moved into her Minneapolis condo in 1999, and lived there for a decade.Read more about "SCOTUS To Decide if Property Tax Forfeiture Constitutes Taking"
5th Circuit Further Restricts Access to Abortion Pills
Back in March, a Texas man filed a wrongful death lawsuit against three women he alleges assisted his ex-wife in obtaining an abortion. A resident of Galveston County, Marcus Silva claimed that the women could be sued for murder under Texas' wrongful-death law, and he also sought $1 million in…Read more about "5th Circuit Further Restricts Access to Abortion Pills"
SCOTUS to Decide Constitutionality of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to take up a case that threatens the very existence of the nation's premier consumer watchdog agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Last October, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the CFPB's funding structure violated the Appropriations Clause of the Constitution,…Read more about "SCOTUS to Decide Constitutionality of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau"
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