The Senate is planning to hold a confirmation vote for Judge Barrett on Monday, despite Democrats’ claims of conservative hypocrisy.
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Nationwide campaigns are encouraging a younger generation to work the polls during the pandemic.
Earlier this week, Kettle Moraine School District was sued after a student came forward with allegations that she and her peers were and continue to be the targets of racism.
The Department of Homeland Security and CBP allegedly conducted operations without so much as informing the State Department.
An Albion man has filed no fewer than five petitions to recall Nessel. While all his previous attempts failed to be approved, the latest has been cleared for circulation by the state.
Pervis Payne, Joined by 150 Tennessee Faith, Legal and Civil Rights Groups, Asks Governor Lee to Spare his Life
Governor has complete power to stop an unconstitutional execution of Black man wit intellectual disability and strong innocence claim.
The House moved quickly to address a potential crisis caused by the state Supreme Court’s invalidation of many of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s coronavirus-related executive orders.
Denver is seeking to undo years of inequity by bringing parks and other amenities to underprivileged areas.
An attorney for Donald Neely, 44, says the White officers who arrested the man should have known better.