U: The other scarlet letter
A conservative attorney expects many lawsuits will be filed over the civil rights violation President Joe Biden's policy involving federal employees and vaccinations presents.
The Supreme Court is not scheduled to meet again to hear cases until October, but one issue that already has a lot of people talking involves Mississippi and abortion.
Big Tech is facing a lawsuit from former President Donald Trump over the censorship of conservatives. But a second, less-high-profile lawsuit against one of those media giants is underway as well.
A watchdog group that has praised Title IX regulations for protecting due process at colleges, in particular for young men accused of sexual assault, is warning that a political nominee threatens to roll back that constitutional right.
A law firm is looking at the U.S. Supreme Court to affirm a fired football coach’s First Amendment right to bow his head in prayer, even if he is kneeling on a taxpayer-paid football field. A history of court rulings, however, have moved the other direction.
Parents of children who attend public schools in the nation’s capital are suing to stop bureaucrats from using a city ordinance to force their children to get the COVID-19 jab, without parental permission, when they return to classes next month.
Parents of students in the District of Columbia Public Schools are suing the District over a new law that gives officials permission to vaccinate public school children without parental consent – regardless of whether they have a religious objection to non-FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines.
The Biden administration might find itself in court to defend its pro-transgender actions that encourage children to incriminate their own schools.
A couple who pledged $1.35 million to a Catholic school in Tampa are suing to have the school return their donation and tuition over the school's extremely woke culture.
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