The lawsuit claims that the Biden administration’s so-called “catch and release” policy costs or will cost Florida millions of dollars per year.
The lawsuit requests a court to order oil companies, like ExxonMobil and Sunoco, to warn consumers about the dangers of fossil fuel products.
The lawsuit alleges that Texas’s restrictive anti-abortion law infringes both upon women’s constitutional rights and the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Attorney General Merrick Garland is expected to provide more information about the lawsuit later this afternoon.
The lawsuit was filed even before Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed the rules into effect.
The lawsuit suggests that Florida has intentionally withheld coronavirus case information amidst the late-summer surge.
The lawsuit accuses President Trump and far-right extremists of pushing false election conspiracies in the hope of unsettling American democracy.
In her ruling, U.S. District Judge Linda Parker ordered the attorneys–including Sidney Powell–to pay financial penalties and take 12 hours of legal education, including a course on election law.
The lawsuits seek to uphold conservatives’ electoral advantage in Wisconsin, despite demographics now favoring Democrats.
The lawsuit alleges that New York has needlessly endangered restaurants, gyms, and certain indoor entertainment venues with targeted restrictions.