GRINCH Act Would Protect Children’s Books

Congressman attempts to guard literature against cancel culture. U.S. Representative John Joyce of Pennsylvania has introduced the Guardian Readers’ Independence and Choice (GRINCH) Act to safeguard children’s literature…

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Supreme Court Hears Voting Rights Case

Decision could allow state legislatures more leeway in updating voting laws. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tuesday for the cases of Brnovich v. DNC and the…

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House Passes Equality Act

Bill had faced significant opposition. In a 224-206 vote, the House of Representatives passed the Equality Act on Friday. The legislation separates biological sex from so-called gender identity,…

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U.S. Lifts Restrictions on Relations with Taiwan

Secretary Pompeo announces self-imposed contact guidelines “null and void.” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced over the weekend that the self-imposed diplomatic restrictions the U.S. had in place…

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Homeland Security Seeks to Protect Monuments

“We won’t stand idly by,” said acting secretary. On Wednesday, Chad Wolf, the Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security announced the creation of a specialized task…

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Saying No to Worship and Yes to Protests is Wrong, Judge Says

Orders from New York governor and mayor were unfair. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Attorney General Letitia James, and New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio “exceeded” their executive…

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President Trump Issues Message on Juneteenth

A message dedicated the holiday of freedom for all. As the protests surrounding George Floyd have continued into their third week, the recognition of Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating…

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ACLU Requests Release of Infected Kansas Inmates

The organization proposed this in the wake of a prison riot. On Friday, the Kansas Supreme Court granted expedited legal response to the American Civil Liberties Union after…

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