Federal Judge Allows OK Ban on Transgender Procedures for Youth

He says there is not enough legal reason to impose a temporary block. District Judge John Heil recently ruled that the state of Oklahoma may proceed with the…

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Alabama Appeals to Supreme Court Over Rejection of Redrawn District Map

Judges in Birmingham again ruled redrawn map violates the Voting Rights Act. Alabama officials requested that the Supreme Court temporarily halt the rejection of the state’s redrawn electoral…

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Florida Law Banning Chinese Land Ownership Upheld

Federal judge says there’s no “substantial likelihood” that racism influenced state legislature. U.S. District Judge Allen Winsor ruled against plaintiffs attempting to block Florida’s new law prohibiting those…

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Senator Cardin Announces Retirement after Five Decades in Congress

He has served in both the House and Senate since his first election in 1966. Senator Ben Cardin announced that he will not be seeking reelection for the…

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Senate Bill Would Ban Transgender Surgeries for Minors

A similar bill was introduced in the House of Representatives. Senator J.D. Vance of Ohio introduced the “Protect Children’s Innocence Act”  that would ban gender reassignment surgeries for…

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Term Limit Constitutional Amendment Introduced in Congress 

Senator Cruz says it is crucial to fixing what is wrong in Washington. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas and Representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina introduced in both…

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Proposed Constitutional Amendment Introduced in House

Language would rein in “dark money” in elections.  Representative Adam Schiff of California introduced a constitutional amendment that would overturn the Supreme Court’s 2010 ruling in Citizens United…

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Federal Court Calls for SC Voting Map Redraw

Judges rule that Charleston’s first voting district should not be split. The District Court of South Carolina ruled that legislators split up minority neighborhoods in Charleston’s 1st voting…

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Supreme Court Considers Judicial Power over Legislatures

Majority of justices lean toward emphasizing congressional authority. The Supreme Court heard arguments for an appeal made by North Carolina legislators this week. The legislature had devised a…

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9 Million Americans Cast Early Votes

California and Florida lead with the most early voting. On Tuesday, the United States Election Project published data showing that 9.3 million early voting ballots have been cast…

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