Monday, July 22, 2024

Tag: Constitutional rights

Challenging delays: Youth plaintiffs stand firm against DOJ in pioneering climate...

In the face of legal delays and challenges, a group of determined young plaintiffs stands firm against the Department of Justice, fighting for their future and the planet in the groundbreaking climate lawsuit, Juliana v. United States.

Court halts Texas law on book ratings, upholding freedom in school...

In a landmark decision, a federal appeals court blocks a Texas law that aimed to impose ratings on library books, citing constitutional violations and safeguarding the right to free expression.

The US Constitution may hold the key to solving the climate...

Drawing from U.S. case law and legislation, an argument for climate action centered on birthright equity is building momentum.

Congress introduces EARN IT Act, which would end encryption programs but...

“EARN IT is anti-speech, anti-security, and anti-innovation. Congress must reject it.”

A Constitutional crisis of immense proportions has descended upon our nation’s...

There is no question, but that this modern day dictator wants to take full control of this government and control the direction of this country with no one to challenge him. We cannot allow that to happen.

The constitutional crisis is now

We are no longer trying to avert a constitutional crisis. We are living one.

Your Rights and Our Election

“Re-elect McConnell and his ilk, vote in Donald Trump, and watch what happens to your rights.”

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Biden withdraws from 2024 race, endorses Kamala Harris for historic nomination

In a historic move, President Joe Biden announces his withdrawal from the 2024 presidential race, endorsing Vice President Kamala Harris and reshaping the Democratic primary landscape.

Biden signs ADVANCE Act to boost nuclear power amid controversy over safety and regulation

President Biden’s signing of the ADVANCE Act aims to accelerate nuclear power development for clean energy and jobs, but critics warn of safety and regulatory issues.

Student loan payments paused amid legal battles over Biden’s debt relief plan

As legal challenges threaten President Biden’s student debt relief efforts, the administration pauses payments for millions, sparking reactions from advocates and opponents alike.

Escalation in Yemen: Israeli airstrikes and Houthi retaliations deepen regional conflict

A new front emerges in the Middle East as Israeli airstrikes target Yemen’s Hodeidah port following Houthi drone attacks on Tel Aviv, raising concerns of a broader regional conflict.

Who’s a bigger threat to democracy—immigrants, or billionaires?

Don’t be distracted by the anti-immigrant rhetoric this election. The real impact on democracy comes from moneyed elites.