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Alabama can enforce law banning gender-affirming care, appeals court panel rules

Alabama can enforce law banning gender-affirming care, appeals court panel rules

By Will Fritz - August 22, 2023
Washington attorney general challenges Idaho ban on helping minors travel for abortion

Washington attorney general challenges Idaho ban on helping minors travel for abortion

By Rebekah Sager - August 16, 2023
Former Florida legislator who sponsored ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law pleads guilty to fraud charges

Former Florida legislator who sponsored ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law pleads guilty to fraud charges

By Will Fritz - March 24, 2023
Senate Republicans go after Biden judicial nominee for opposing voter suppression

Senate Republicans go after Biden judicial nominee for opposing voter suppression

By Emily Singer - July 14, 2021
Judge rules college can’t cite ‘Christianity’ to discriminate against trans people

Judge rules college can’t cite ‘Christianity’ to discriminate against trans people

By Casey Quinlan - May 24, 2021
Biden gets his turn to make a mark on the federal judiciary

Biden gets his turn to make a mark on the federal judiciary

By Associated Press - March 08, 2021
McConnell is already planning to stop Biden from running the country

McConnell is already planning to stop Biden from running the country

By Emily Singer - November 05, 2020
Trump’s judges are trashing voting rights. Barrett could make things worse.

Trump’s judges are trashing voting rights. Barrett could make things worse.

By Daniel Boguslaw - October 19, 2020
Federal judge blocks Trump administration’s anti-transgender health care rule

Federal judge blocks Trump administration’s anti-transgender health care rule

By Casey Quinlan - August 18, 2020
Ex-congressman who used campaign cash on vacations and mistress sentenced to 11 months

Ex-congressman who used campaign cash on vacations and mistress sentenced to 11 months

By Associated Press - March 17, 2020
Supreme Court postpones arguments for first time in over 100 years

Supreme Court postpones arguments for first time in over 100 years

By Associated Press - March 17, 2020
Federal judges call emergency meeting to discuss crisis at the Justice Department

Federal judges call emergency meeting to discuss crisis at the Justice Department

By Josh Israel - February 18, 2020
Court blocks Trump from denying green cards to people who use public benefits

Court blocks Trump from denying green cards to people who use public benefits

By Associated Press - January 08, 2020
Trump has lost an astounding number of court cases

Trump has lost an astounding number of court cases

By Associated Press - December 07, 2019
Senate GOP confirms world-class bigot to most powerful appeals court

Senate GOP confirms world-class bigot to most powerful appeals court

By Emily Singer - March 13, 2019

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