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Trump Challenges Supreme Court and Places More Restrictions on DACA

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Trump Administration didn’t have sufficient reason to end the Deferred Action Program (DACA), President Donald Trump...

Judge Blocks Tennessee Crusade Against Abortion

The ink in Gov.'s Bill Lee signature hadn't dried up when a federal judge blocked his new anti-abortion law in Tennessee. According to the Tennessean,...

The Risk of Ending Obamacare During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In the midst of a public health crisis that has demonstrated the inefficiency of the private health care system, the Trump administration insists on...

Supreme Court Puts a Stop to Abortion Restrictions in Louisiana

The U.S. Supreme Court surprised the country again with another progressive decision on Monday, when it ruled that Louisiana's tough restriction on abortions violates...

The Protections Guaranteed by the Supreme Court in its LGBTQ Ruling...

When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that LGBTQ+ employees could not be discriminated against because of their gender identity or sexual preference, we all...

Justice Sotomayor on DACA, and How the Administration Might Strike Again

The Supreme Court handed down two important victories to the immigrant and LGBTQ+ community last week, when it upheld protections for undocumented youth and...

“DACA Still Standing,” Says Supreme Court, Blocking Trump From Putting More...

The entire country is celebrating the long-awaited Supreme Court decision on the legality of the Deferred Action Program, better known as DACA. The nation's highest...

Supreme Court Withstands Protections for Gay and Transgender Workers, Breaking with...

In a harrowingly anticipated decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the language of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination,...

Justice Sotomayor Warns About Conservative Control in the Supreme Court

That the Trump Administration would want to block the entry of immigrants deemed “substantial public charges" into the country was to be expected; that...

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