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What's happening right now in Cochise County, Arizona, should make the passage of the Electoral Count Reform Act even more urgent.
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In my last post, I highlighted David Bier's helpful summary of the major ways in which the Biden Administration ...
Twitter's restrictions on COVID-19 commentary aligned with the Biden administration's alarmingly broad definition of ...
Medication abortion is easier and safer than alternatives, yet Kansas doctors were barred from using telemedicine to ...
Yale students allege in a new lawsuit that the university's policies around mental health violated a spate of federal laws.
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After close to 30,000 infections, 15 reported deaths, and more than one million doses of vaccine, it appears as though the widespread nature of the U.S. monkeypox outbreak may be nearing an end. There ...
The policy has some bipartisan support, despite the fact that it has mostly been a failure since its inception.
A federal jury in Alabama has awarded Auburn University professor Michael Stern $645,837 in damages after finding Stern's former ...