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Rule of Law
July 19, 2024

US Supreme Court is making it harder to sue – even for conservatives

July 19 (Reuters) - Over its past two terms, the U.S. Supreme Court has put an end...
By: David H. Gans, Andrew Chung
Rule of Law
July 18, 2024

RELEASE: Sixth Circuit Panel Grapples with Effect of Supreme Court’s Loper Bright Decision on Title X Regulation

WASHINGTON, DC – Following oral argument at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth...
By: Miriam Becker-Cohen
Rule of Law
July 17, 2024

Family Planning Fight Poised to Test Scope of Chevron Rollback

Bloomberg Law
Justices made clear prior Chevron-based decisions would stand Interpretations of ambiguous laws no longer given deference...
By: Miriam Becker-Cohen, Mary Anne Pazanowski
Rule of Law
July 15, 2024

Not Above the Law Coalition On Judge Cannon Inappropriately Dismissing Classified Documents Case Against Trump

WASHINGTON — Today, following reports that Judge Aileen Cannon dismissed the classified documents case against...
By: Praveen Fernandes
Health Care
July 15, 2024

10th Circuit refuses to restore federal family planning grants in Oklahoma

Courthouse News Service
The U.S. Health and Human Services Department revoked Oklahoma’s Title X funds after the state...
By: Miriam Becker-Cohen, Christina Van Waasbergen
Rule of Law
July 15, 2024

Federal judge dismisses Trump classified documents criminal case

Kansas Reflector
MILWAUKEE — The federal classified documents case against former President Donald Trump was dismissed Monday...
By: Praveen Fernandes, Ashley Murray