Progressive Group Goes After Nadler... but Not Impeachment
SCOTUS Could Ignore Evidence of Plot to Rig Elections
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SCOTUS Chips Away at Abortion, Thomas Rants About ‘Eugenics’
Indiana’s law requiring fetal remains be treated like human ones will go into effect. Meanwhile, the justice accuses the pro-choice movement of racist policies.
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How a Hillary Attack Dog Turned on Centrist Dems
Once a fixture of the Democratic Party’s institution, Brian Fallon has taken a new approach fighting from the outside.
Kansas Rules Abortion Is Protected by State Constitution
The ruling overturns a state ban on a common second-trimester abortion procedure.
SCOTUS to Decide if LGBT Discrimination Is Already Illegal
Three cases to be heard next term will be the Trump-era Court’s most significant statement on LGBT equality. It probably won’t go well.
Deputy AG Nominee Won’t Say if He Supports Brown v. Board
When asked about the landmark segregation ruling, Jeffrey Rosen said it wouldn’t be ‘a productive exercise’ for him to say ‘which ones are right and which ones are wrong.’
The Ugly Side of Legalized Sports Gambling
Many saw the legalization of sports gambling as an inevitability, but a new four-part docuseries examines the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision.
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Dem Group Targets Their Own Over Trump’s Judicial Takeover
The group intends to remind voters of how candidates voted on Trump’s judges.