U.S. Rep. Amash is leading an effort to overturn a decades-old doctrine that makes it nearly impossible for people to sue police officers who break the law in brutal ways.
The Trump administration has lent its support to Catholic Social Services’ lawsuit against Philadelphia.
Under DeVos, the Department of Education wants to let student rapists cross-examine their accusers.
Gov. Whitmer wants police departments across the state to implement policies requiring officers to stop their colleagues from using excessive force during arrests.
The lawsuit wants churches to be treated the same as commercial businesses under Walz’s re-opening plan for the state.
San Francisco police have long claimed discrimination in promotion process.
Jack Roberts, pastor of Maryville Baptist Church, says the state selectively issued churchgoers tickets on Easter Sunday.
The MUCC says its members’ financial and mental well-being have been damaged by Whitmer’s order restricting motorboating.
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