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The lawyer in the case says she was conceived in rape and is an "abortion survivor." But how about sticking to your client's defense—and not trying to rep the anti-choice movement?
The panelists spent an hour comparing pregnant people to breeding animals and abortion to factory farming.
Is there anything more frivolous than trying to sue a social movement or hashtag? You’d be hard-pressed to find it.
So many questions: Is the president's pardon power really that broad? Can one member of the executive branch pardon another who's accused of Bill of Rights violations?
U.S. District Court Judge A. Wallace Tashima ruled Tuesday in Gonzales v. Douglas that the two men behind ARS 15-112, the law that prompted the cancellation of Tucson Unified School District's Mexican-American Studies program, were motivated by racial animus when they enacted and enforced it.
Do you know what Black people tend to do that Republicans hate? Vote for Democrats.
No shame: A state senator whose business has been accused of workplace discrimination led the charge to defang a law that protects laborers from bias.
Given today's testimony, it is clear Kris Kobach is trying to steer the commission toward legislative recommendations that could suppress the vote in the 2018 election.
Two Years Later, What Has Come of David Daleiden’s Accusation That Planned Parenthood ‘Sells Baby Parts’?
The allegations were, and are, absurd. In fact, they are so absurd—and Daleiden’s conduct in editing and releasing the videos is so egregious—that amidst a flurry of lawsuits, a federal court just ordered him in contempt of court and handed him a bill for more than $130,000.
Nobody wants to see the Space Needle that badly.
The decision drastically increases the costs transgender students face in addressing discrimination.