White House Christmas Theme “We the People”

First Lady unveils holiday decorations on Monday. First Lady Jill Biden has unveiled the Christmas decorations for the White House, celebrating the season with 25 wreaths, 77 Christmas…

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Federal Judge Rules Requiring PrEP Coverage Unconstitutional

He ruled that it violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Northern Texas U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor issued a ruling that requiring a Christian-owned company to provide…

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Federal Appeals Court Pauses Graham Testimony Subpoena

Tells district court to modify subpoena language The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that a district court’s subpoena was not worded well enough to order Senator…

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Justice Department Files Against Lansing, Michigan

The city is alleged to have engaged in religious discrimination against a Seventh-day Adventist. Last week, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against the city of Lansing, Michigan…

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Ketanji Brown Jackson Sworn In as Supreme Court Justice

The ceremony was held immediately after Justice Breyer’s retirement went into effect. Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in to the Supreme Court by Chief Justice John Roberts on…

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Supreme Court Upends “Miranda” Rights

 Vote of 6-3 uncouples rule from constitutional rights. The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 last week that a deputy sheriff was not in the wrong by not reciting the…

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DOJ Indicts Correctional Officers for Assault

Attempted to cover up physical assault of inmate. The Department of Justice (DOJ) indicted three federal correctional officers a week ago for the assault of an inmate and…

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Supreme Court Hears SEC Bid to Block Case

CPA objects to SEC penalty. Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) argument to block a challenge to its penalization system.…

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Supreme Court Abortion Draft Leaked

Initial opinions indicate that the Court may overturn Roe v. Wade. In December, the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s…

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U.S. Supreme Court Denies Federal Benefits to Puerto Rico

Thursday’s decision rests on definitions of state vs. territory. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last week that the United States is not legally obligated to include Puerto Rico…

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