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  • The SEC Can’t Stop Suing Crypto Companies – TradingView News

    SEC to Sue Robinhood for Alleged Securities Violations Robinhood, one of the world’s leading fintech firms, has recently received a notice from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that the agency is building a case and intends to sue. The SEC has accused Robinhood of alleged securities violations, which the company denies. The law […] More

  • Biden Admin to Reclassify Marijuana in Historic Shift: NBC Connecticut

    The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Move to Reclassify Marijuana: Implications and Controversies An Overview of the DEA’s Proposal The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s proposal to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug is a major shift in American drug policy that can have ripple effects on the country. According to sources confirmed by The Associated […] More

  • GA Joins 16 States: Opposing Federal Rules on Abortion Accommodations for Workers

    Republican Attorneys General Challenge Federal Rules Entitling Workers to Abortion Accommodations Introduction Republican attorneys general from 17 states, including Georgia, recently filed a lawsuit challenging new federal rules entitling workers to time off and other accommodations for abortions. The rules were adopted on a 3-2 vote along party lines by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission […] More

  • Conservative Justices Question Federal Law Mandating Emergency Room Abortions

    Conservative Supreme Court Justices Express Skepticism Over Federal Law and Emergency Abortion Care The issue of abortion access has been a contentious topic since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade nearly two years ago. The latest legal battle involves federal law potentially requiring hospitals to provide emergency abortion care in states with strict bans […] More

  • US House Passes $95bn in Aid for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan What Next – Al Jazeera

    The US House of Representatives Passes Bill Providing Security Assistance to Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan Overview After months of delay due to disagreements within the Republican Party, the United States House of Representatives has passed a legislative package allocating $95 billion to provide security assistance to Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan. The bill has seen broad […] More

  • Maine Governor Signs Bill Restricting Paramilitary Training in Response to Neo-Nazi Plan

    Opinion Editorial: Paramilitary Training Limits in Maine Paramilitary Training Limits in Maine: Promoting Civil Order and Protecting Constitutional Rights In response to a neo-Nazi’s attempt to create a training center for a “blood tribe” in Maine, the state has taken steps to restrict paramilitary training through a new law signed by Democratic Governor Janet Mills. […] More

  • Why Brady Background Checks are Crucial for Ensuring Public Safety

    The Brady Background Check System: The Backbone of Gun Violence Prevention Laws The Brady Background Check System is a crucial component of gun violence prevention laws in the US. Without this foundational measure, no other gun laws can properly function. The system requires all federally licensed firearms (FFL) dealers to run checks through the National […] More

  • States Rally to Defend Voting Rights as Courts Chip Away at Federal Safeguards

    The Need for State-Level Voting Rights Protections In the wake of an appeals court ruling that weakened an important provision of the Voting Rights Act, lawmakers in several states have been scrambling to enact state-level protections to plug gaps that the decision opened in the landmark federal law aimed at prohibiting racial discrimination in voting. […] More

  • Biden Signs $1.2 Trillion Government Funding Bill – NBC News

    Congress Passes Bill to Fund Government through the Fiscal Year President Biden Signs $1.2 Trillion Government Funding Bill After months of negotiations, Congress has passed a bill to fund the government through the fiscal year, with President Biden signing the bill into law on Saturday. The bill includes $1.2 trillion in funding for various departments, […] More

  • Thurston County Narcotics Task Force loses law enforcement partner, Sheriff says

    Opinion Editorial: The Future of Privacy Law The Future of Privacy Law Introduction The digital age has brought about a number of significant changes to the legal and regulatory landscape. One area that has seen a dramatic shift in recent years is privacy law. With the rise of social media, big data, and the Internet […] More

  • Federal Appeals Court Refuses to Rehear Arkansas Redistricting Case

    Restriction on Private Right of Action under Voting Rights Act Upheld by Federal Appeals Court in Arkansas Redistricting Case Introduction A federal appeals court has decided not to reconsider a ruling that Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act does not allow private individuals to sue over alleged violations of voting rights. The case concerned […] More

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