California passed its own net neutrality act in 2018, but was prevented from enforcing it by the U.S. Department of Justice.
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An estimated 1.6 million Illinois residents will be eligible to claim payments of at least $345 each.
The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a severe loss to James King, a Michigan man who was brutalized by Grand Rapids police officers who mistook him for a fugitive. The Detroit News reports that the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision was penned by Justice Clarence Thomas. In it, Thomas and his colleagues found that King’s claims
House Passes Legislation to Prohibit Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation, Gender IdentityFebruary 27, 2021
On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation that would extend existing civil rights protections to prohibit discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity. However, the passage of the bill—now known as The Equality Act—was anything but smooth sailing. The Equality Act, notes the New York Times, barely managed to pass the
Angelo Quinto’s family hoped police could help control him during a mental breakdown–but responding Antioch officers ended up killing him within minutes.
A dental hygienist has filed a lawsuit against the Virginia Department of Corrections, claiming she lost her position with the agency after a body scanner detected that she was wearing a tampon. The scan’s finding, says NBC12, was interpreted by facility staff as something else entirely. The employee, Joyce Flores, says she pulled aside and
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, is facing a potentially massive class action after the state’s power grid failed in deadly cold conditions. ABC News reports that the lawsuit was filed by Morgan & Morgan, a Florida-based law firm with hundreds of attorneys nationwide. In its complaint, Morgan & Morgan allege that ERCOT
Arbery was chased down and killed by three men who’d mistakenly believed he was a burglar.
A lawsuit filed against Cal Tech alleges that athletic trainers and faculty failed to respond to Marissa Freeman’s life-threatening injuries.
While the records won’t be immediately available to the public, the move is nonetheless a devastating blow to the former president.
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