(The Center Square) – This week, the Supreme Court is likely to rule on two Arizona voting regulations which a lower court held were violations of the Voting Rights Act.
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NEW YORK, June 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Ford Foundation announced an additional $75 million commitment to nonprofit and advocacy organizations across the US South. The grants will bolster and fortify the work of organizations across the region who are advancing justice at a moment of historic opportunity.
An heir of persons who donated the land for Richmond's Robert E. Lee statue and five nearby property owners told the Virginia Supreme Court on Tuesday that restrictive covenants of more than 130 years ago bar the removal of the last Confederate memorial on Monument Avenue.
The Robert E. Lee statue photographed on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia.
"Say their names," says Janice Johnson, one mother who has lost her son to gun violence in Leflore County.
St. Vincent has hit out at the US justice system, describing it as an “American tragedy”.
(The Center Square) – Democrats enthralled their base and alarmed Republicans with the recent announcement of a new push to add four justices to the U.S. Supreme Court, but the latest polling suggests the majority of Americans don’t favor expanding the highest court in the land.
(The Center Square) – Republicans quickly unified Thursday against a new Democratic bill that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court, and before the day was out, Democrats had already begun dividing over the issue.
(The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled late Friday that California's COVID-19 restrictions on in-home religious gatherings, limiting worship to families from a maximum of three households, could not continue.