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Governor Brown Provides $3 Million in Legal Aid for Undocumented Children
Governor Brown Provides $3 Million in Legal Aid for Undocumented Child...
Who Will Replace Eric Holder as United States Attorney General
Who Will Replace Eric Holder as United States Attorney General
Eric Holder to Resign as U.S. Attorney General
Eric Holder to Resign as U.S. Attorney General
Republicans Replace Attorney in Suit Against President Obama
Republicans Replace Attorney in Suit Against President Obama
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Governor Brown Provides $3 Million in Legal Aid for Undocumented Children

Governor Brown Provides $3 Million in Legal Aid for Undocumented Children Summary: The thousands of undocumented children in the state of California will be receiving free legal aid after a $3 million bill was signed by Governor Brown.  A new state law in California will provide children in the state who entered…>read more

No Comment September 29, 2014

Who Will Replace Eric Holder as United States Attorney General

Who Will Replace Eric Holder as United States Attorney General Summary: As President Barack Obama formally announced the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday, he declined to name any possible successors.  When President Barack Obama formally announced the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, he declined to provide any…>read more

No Comment September 26, 2014

Eric Holder to Resign as U.S. Attorney General

Eric Holder to Resign as U.S. Attorney General   Summary: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that he will formally resign from the post on Thursday after becoming the first African American to hold it. News broke on Thursday that the United States Attorney General, Eric Holder Jr.,…>read more

No Comment September 25, 2014

Republicans Replace Attorney in Suit Against President Obama

Republicans Replace Attorney in Suit Against President Obama Summary: House Republicans have replaced David Rivkin of Baker & Hostetler with William Burck of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart to represent them in their lawsuit against President Obama. According to Politico.com, House Republicans have replaced the firm that was hired to…>read more

1 Comment September 22, 2014

Supreme Court May Hear Appeals of Voting Rights Laws

Supreme Court May Hear Appeals of Voting Rights Laws Summary: Several lawsuits have been filed in federal courts by states as a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling on voter restriction laws last year. USA Today reports that the highest court in the country may be set to hear…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2014

Virginia’s Former Governor and Wife Found Guilty of Corruption

Virginia’s Former Governor and Wife Found Guilty of Corruption Summary: Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen were found guilty on Thursday of numerous corruption charges. They now face up to twenty years in prison. On Thursday, Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2014

Obamacare May be Squashed by a Strict Reading of the Law

Obamacare May be Squashed by a Strict Reading of the Law   Summary: The legal theory called textualism offers some surprising obstacles for Obamacare that could balk its progress if not squashing it. Will the Affordable Care Act be finally squashed by a textually literalistic reading of the law? Certainly epic…>read more

No Comment September 3, 2014

Second American Journalist Beheaded by ISIS; President Obama Vows to Take Action

Second American Journalist Beheaded by ISIS; President Obama Vows to Take Action Summary: A second American journalist was beheaded in a video released on Tuesday by Islamic State militants. President Obama warns the group that appropriate action will be taken in response to their brutal actions. The Huffington Post reports that on…>read more

No Comment September 3, 2014

Trial Begins This Week in Texas Over Voter ID Law

Trial Begins This Week in Texas Over Voter ID Law Summary: The state of Texas is fighting to keep its voter ID law in-tact, which took effect in June of 2013, but a trial will begin this week to determine if it is legal or not.  A state law in Texas…>read more

No Comment September 2, 2014

Florida Lawsuit Filed Over Private School Vouchers

Florida Lawsuit Filed Over Private School Vouchers Summary: A lawsuit has been filed in Florida alleging that a state funded voucher program, which provides scholarships to private schools, is unconstitutional. Florida’s school voucher program has come under fire: on Thursday, the Florida teachers union, school boards association,…>read more

No Comment August 29, 2014

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