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The Justice Department’s Radical New Anti-Abortion Stance Echoes Dred Scott
Gill v. Whitford Is the Perfect Case to Kill Partisan Gerrymandering
SCOTUS’ Trinity Lutheran Ruling Threatens to Obliterate the Divide Between Church and State
How Clarence Thomas Could Open the Courthouse Doors to More Civil Rights Plaintiffs
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Americans Now View Health Care as a Right. Republicans Can’t Change That.
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Fixing Gerrymandering Doesn’t Just Fix Who Is Sent to Office. It Adjusts How They Govern.
Why SCOTUS Must Rule to Defend the First Amendment Rights of Sex Offenders