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Parents’ Group Sues Mass. School District Over Racial Segregation, Abuse of Students

A national parents’ group filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against a public school district in Massachusetts for allegedly violating the U.S. Constitution by racially segregating students into “affinity groups” and imposing a student speech code.

Texas Urges Supreme Court to Let Abortion Law Stand

Texas officials on Thursday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to leave in place the nation's strictest abortion law and reject calls by the Biden administration to intervene, Bloomberg reports.

Fans Heap Praise on In-N-Out For Bold Stance Against Vax Mandate

The fast-food chain In-N-Out Burger made headlines this week when it announced it would not enforce a COVID-19 vaccination mandate for patrons in San Francisco, stating its role is not “to become the vaccination police for any government.”

In-N-Out Burger tells San Francisco ‘we refuse to become the vaccination police’ after city closes restaurant

In-N-Out Burger blasted the city of San Francisco's proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements after the San Francisco Department of Health closed one of the popular California burger joint's locations for serving customers who were not carrying the proper papers.

Jussie Smollett to Go to Trial after Judge Declines Dismissal Request

Jussie Smollett, the actor who allegedly falsely claimed he was the victim of a racist and homophobic hate crime, will stand trial beginning next month, after a Chicago judge denied his request to dismiss the case over his false police report.

NYC Judge Restricts Unvaccinated Father From Visiting His 3-Year-Old Daughter in Ongoing Custody Battle

A New York City judge has officially taken away a Long Island father’s right to see his young daughter in person because he has not taken...

Christian parents launch legal action over transgender guidance for primary schools

Christian parents are taking legal action against the government over transgender guidelines being used in primary schools nationwide.

Supreme Court Could OK New Defense of Kentucky Abortion Law

The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed inclined to allow Kentucky's Republican attorney general to continue defending a restriction on abortion rights that had been struck down by lower courts.

Christian Schools, Female Athletes Fight Biden’s Transgender Mandate to Restore Fairness to Women’s Sports

Several female student-athletes and an organization representing 3,000 U.S. Christian schools have asked a federal district court to let them join a lawsuit fighting for women’s rights and privacy.

Backlogged Cargo Ships Off New York, California Coasts Face 4-Week Wait

Beyond the Southern border, another looming crisis for the Biden administration is the backlogged container ships anchored off the coasts of California and New York that now have to wait up to 4 weeks to unload their shipments.

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