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Rule of Law
January 20, 2022

Justice Gorsuch’s Abandonment of Textualism in NFIB v. OSHA

Although in 2015 Justice Kagan famously quipped “we are all textualists now,” perhaps no current...
By: Miriam Becker-Cohen, Praveen Fernandes
Voting Rights and Democracy
January 19, 2022

RELEASE: Anti-Corruption Campaign Finance Provision at Risk in Supreme Court 

WASHINGTON – Following oral argument in FEC v. Ted Cruz for Senate at the Supreme...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra
Health Care
January 13, 2022

RELEASE: Supreme Court Wrong to Stand in OSHA’s Way of Protecting American Workers from COVID-19

WASHINGTON – Following today’s ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court in NFIB v. OSHA, staying...
By: Praveen Fernandes
Civil and Human Rights
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

Burrell v. Lackawanna Recycling Center, Inc.

In Burrell v. Lackawanna Recycling Center, Inc., the Third Circuit is considering whether the practice of forcing child-support debtors to work in horrific conditions in the county recycling center for almost no pay constitutes involuntary...
Rule of Law
January 10, 2022

RELEASE: Judge Should Be Skeptical of Trump Attorneys’ Argument for Total Immunity for January 6 Acts

WASHINGTON – Following oral argument over motions to dismiss lawsuits brought by Capitol Police officers...
By: Praveen Fernandes
Civil and Human Rights
U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

Virginia v. Ferriero

In Virginia v. Ferriero, the D.C Circuit is considering whether a lawsuit seeking to compel the National Archivist to certify the Equal Rights Amendment may move forward