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  • US appeals court rules Trump can be sued over January 6 Capitol attack The Guardian

    Donald Trump Faces Civil Lawsuits Over Capitol Attack and the Implications of the Ruling for His Future Background Donald Trump is currently the frontrunner for the Republican nomination to challenge Joe Biden in the 2024 election. However, his political future is threatened by the series of legal problems he faces, including 91 felony charges, civil […] More

  • Sandra Day O’Connor first woman on US Supreme Court dies at 93 in Phoenix AZ Family

    The Legacy of Sandra Day O’Connor, America’s First Female Supreme Court Justice Introduction Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, passed away on Friday, 25th October 2019, at the age of 93, due to complications related to advanced dementia, possibly Alzheimer’s, and a respiratory illness. O’Connor was a […] More

  • AG Calls Emergency Meeting of Civil Rights Advisory Board to Discuss Antisemitism and Hate Crimes

    Free Access to Jewish News Articles: A Public Service As part of our commitment to informing and educating the Jewish community, the Jewish News is providing free, unlimited access to all articles. Our nonprofit publication is owned by the community and relies on community support to continue providing valuable information. Civil Rights Advisory Board: Emergency […] More

  • Federal Court: Miranda Rights Don’t Apply to Civil Immigration Arrests

    The Ninth Circuit Court Rules Miranda Rights Don’t Apply to Warrant-Backed Civil Immigration Arrests The Ninth Circuit Court has upheld an order to deport a Mexican citizen, Jose Maria Zuniga De La Cruz, who had argued he was coerced into admitting his illegal status under an administrative warrant. Miranda rights are the formal warning given […] More

  • Supreme Court Rules Arizona GOP Leaders Must Testify About Voting Laws

    The Supreme Court Rules that Arizona Legislative Leaders Must Submit to Depositions Over Voting Rights Lawsuits On Monday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that Warren Petersen, Arizona State Senate President, and Ben Toma, Speaker of the State House, must submit to depositions regarding two voting rights lawsuits. This ruling contradicts the lawmakers’ application for […] More

  • Supreme Court orders deposition of Arizona GOP lawmakers in voting lawsuit

    Arizona Republican Lawmakers Cannot Avoid Deposition Over Voting Law The Supreme Court has ruled that top state Republican lawmakers in Arizona cannot avoid being deposed regarding their support of state laws that mandate proof of citizenship to vote in federal elections. The decision was reached on Monday, and it was a rejection of an emergency […] More

  • Time to Roll Up Our Sleeves: Congress’ Long To-Do List – E&E News by POLITICO

    Congress Returns to Tackle Fiscal 2024 Spending Bills Congress Returns to Tackle Fiscal 2024 Spending Bills Gearing up for Deal-Making Congress returns to Capitol Hill facing a host of priorities to make progress on and a lot of work to do after the dust settles from the ongoing spending fight over the next 15 legislative […] More

  • Legal Experts Predict Prolonged Court Battle for Sands NY Casino

    The Importance of Legal Protections for Online Privacy As technology continues to advance, so does the amount of personal information that is shared online. With increasing frequency, individuals are turning to the internet to complete transactions, share their personal lives with others, and search for information. As a result, it has become more important than […] More

  • Michigan environmental bills pushed to 2024, a legislative stalemate

    The Legislative Agenda for Michigan in 2024 Michigan lawmakers in 2023 passed important legislation, including restrictions on gun ownership and expanding early in-person voting. The Democrats also adjourned the session a month early in a procedural move to allow Michigan to hold its presidential primary on Feb. 27 in 2024. However, there is a lot […] More

  • Iran Challenges IMO Over Controversial Dark Shipping Resolution

    Combatting “Dark Shipping”: Navigating the Complexities The Dangers of “Dark Shipping” The practice of “dark shipping” has been a growing concern for the international maritime community. Referring to the practice of turning off tracking systems to avoid detection, this covert operation is a cause for alarm because of its potential to facilitate sanction evasion, incur […] More

  • Federal Judge Allows Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballots Despite Incorrect Dates

    Mail-in Ballots Without Accurate Handwritten Dates Must Still Be Counted, Judge Rules Introduction Mail-in voting has been a heated issue in Pennsylvania since its use expanded in 2019. On Tuesday, a judge ruled that mail-in ballots without accurate handwritten dates on their exterior envelopes must still be counted if they are received in time. The […] More

  • CAIR Releases X Spaces Audio of Pro-Israel Activists: Threatening Remarks Caught on Tape

    Muslim civil rights group shares audio recording allegedly of pro-Israel activists planning to target Rep. Rashida Tlaib The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest advocacy organization for Muslims in the US, has shared an audio recording with law enforcement officials allegedly of pro-Israel activists creating plans to target Rep. Rashida Tlaib during her visit […] More

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