Attorneys for Bolton have said the Biden administration’s decision is tantamount to a total vindication for Trump’s one-time national security adviser.
One labor advocate says that Gov. Holcomb’s decision will disproportionately affect minorities.
The Health and Human Services claims that Texas’s new policy–which would close down a number of state-licensed facilities–violates the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
The Justice Department says the issue has less to do with Trump’s “crude” language than whether his actions were carried out in performance of his presidential duties.
Rep. Brooks has since alleged that the lawsuit was served illegally.
The bill would make it harder for people to vote through unconventional methods.
Paxton says that the Biden administration’s efforts to expand Medicaid access to uninsured Texans infringe upon the state’s sovereignty.
The lawsuit alleges that the terms of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund are biased against men and White people.
Civil rights advocates have filed a joint lawsuit against Florida’s recently enacted “anti-riot” law, which they claim was designed to target Black protesters. The law, as LegalReader.com noted earlier this month, was supported by Florida’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that the lawsuit was filed by the NAACP Legal Defense and
In her ruling, the judge found that Twitter’s lawsuit was “premature,” since Paxton’s office has yet to acquire legal authority to demand the company’s internal communications.