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Judge Blocks Illinois Democrat Gov. From Enforcing New Gun Control Law 

An Illinois judge on Friday temporarily blocked Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker from enforcing a newly enacted ban on certain semiautomatic rifles and high-capacity magazines.

How Did an Accused Child Rapist Adopt Two Children?

There were more than just warning signs that went unnoticed during gay activists William Dale Zulock Jr. and Zachary "Zack" Jacoby Zulock's expedited adoption process.

Supreme Court to Hear Immigration Case by Transgender Woman Against Biden Administration

The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear the case of a Guatemalan transgender woman who is seeking to avoid deportation from the U.S. after a lower court said she didn’t go through the proper process to demonstrate she would be persecuted in her home country if she were deported.

Supreme Court Will Hear Religious Discrimination Case Against U.S. Postal Service

Evangelical Christian former mail carrier from Pennsylvania who claims USPS discriminated against his Sabbath practice on Sundays.

Arizona Republicans Leave Chamber During Katie Hobbs State of the State Address

The Washington Examiner reported that Arizona Republicans "turned their backs on the new governor and walked out as she outlined her priorities," such as abortion access.

Texas AG Sues Biden Over Immigration Rule

Ken Paxton sues Biden administration over new immigration rule relaxing definition of 'public charge' for immigrants

Justice Department Hiding 400 Pages of ‘Potentially Responsive’ Records On Hunter Biden, Lawyer Says

Claim comes after Colorado lawyer Kevin Evans filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

Republican Files Motion to Delay AZ Attorney General Inauguration

Abe Hamadeh, a Republican candidate for Arizona Attorney General, files motion to delay inauguration until potential discrepancies in recount and litigation are resolved.

Illinois Cashless Bail Law Ruled Unconstitutional

Kankakee County Circuit Court Judge Thomas W. Cunnington ruled that Illinois "improperly attempted to amend the [Illinois] Constitution" in the state's SAFE-T Act.

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