Attorney Generals Urge SCOTUS to Take Case on Parental Rights Within Schools

Sixteen attorney generals, led by Virginia AG Jason Miyares (R), have filed an amicus brief requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court take up a case involving schools' efforts to transition students without parental knowledge or consent.

Missouri AG Accuses New York of ‘Lawfare’ in Trump Conviction Lawsuit

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has filed a lawsuit against New York, claiming that the recent conviction of former President Donald Trump was politically motivated and violated his constitutional rights.

New York Disbars Rudy Giuliani

Rudy Giuliani has been disbarred in New York following a decision by the state’s appellate court.

SCOTUS Immunity Ruling Angers The Left – AOC Threatens Articles of Impeachment

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has threatened to introduce articles of impeachment against Supreme Court justices following a controversial ruling on immunity for former President Donald Trump. 

SCOTUS Blocks Biden Admin’s Federal Overreach in EPA Ozone Pollution Plan 

The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided to temporarily halt the EPA's "good neighbor" rule for ozone. This rule aimed to regulate emissions across 23...

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Biden Administration Over Social Media Censorship Case

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of the Biden administration in Murthy v. Missouri, a COVID-19-era social media censorship case initiated by Republican attorneys general and social media users.

SCOTUS Rejects Anti-Abortion Challenge, Mifepristone Prescriptions to Continue

In a highly anticipated ruling on Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that mifepristone, one of the two drugs used in medication abortion, can...

Newsome Terrified of Limited Abortion Pill Access

California Governor Gavin Newsom issued a stark warning on Tuesday morning regarding the potential repercussions of restricting access to the abortion drug mifepristone, a...

Justice Kentanji Brown Jackson Says Censorship is Government’s ‘Duty’

Following the Supreme Court's hearing of oral arguments for the Murthy v. Missouri case, where the Missouri attorney general is claiming the Biden administration violated the First Amendment to censor speech on social media, Jackson said officials have a duty to censor speech.

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