Yale demands law student apologize to peers for

Yale demands law student apologize to peers for 'triggering' them. Administrators at Yale Law School spent weeks trying to get a student to apologize to his peers for sending out an invitation

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Justice Department asks Supreme Court to block Texas' 6

(Just Now) The Justice Department formally asked the Supreme Court Monday to step in and block a controversial Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while legal challenges play out.

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Avlon: To defend our democracy just follow the law

(6 days ago) Avlon: To defend our democracy just follow the law. CNN's John Avlon breaks down how Donald Trump avoided the law for his crimes during his presidency and how he must answer to them now. Source: CNN.

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Kenosha: Man injured in protests sues city, county and law

(5 days ago) Gaige Grosskreutz, the sole survivor of the Kenosha protests shootings, is suing the City of Kenosha, Kenosha County and many of its officers, alleging "Kenosha law enforcement officers and white

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Stealthing is still flying dangerously under the radar

(8 days ago) (CNN)Last week, California passed a law that makes stealthing, or non-consensual condom removal during intercourse, a civil offense. In doing so, they've officially moved this act out of a gray

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Texas doctor: What abortion law is doing to my patients

(Just Now) 3 hours ago · How the Texas abortion law will hit the most vulnerable 07:54. Dr. Amna Dermish is an abortion care provider and regional medical director …

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Read: DOJ filing to Supreme Court to block Texas abortion law

(8 days ago) The Department of Justice formally asked the Supreme Court Monday to step in and block a controversial Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while legal challenges play out.

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Texas abortion ban to remain in force, federal appeals

(7 days ago) The Texas law bans abortions after fetal cardiac activity is detected, which usually happens about six weeks into a pregnancy and often before a woman knows she is pregnant.

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Singapore passes foreign interference law allowing

(Just Now) Singapore's Parliament has approved a law giving broad powers to the government to deal with foreign interference -- sparking concern from the opposition and experts about its wide scope and

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Texas book controversy: School administrator told teachers

(4 days ago) Texas school administrator told teachers to include Holocaust books with 'opposing' views when explaining new state law. By Ashley Killough, CNN. Updated 10:35 AM ET, Sat October 16, 2021 .

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Justice Sonia Sotomayor: 'There is going to be a lot of

(6 days ago) Days before the start of a tumultuous term, and after the Supreme Court justices divided bitterly over a Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks, Justice Sonia Sotomayor warned an

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The new Texas voting law includes these 7 major changes

(8 days ago) The law also expands the current requirement of at least 12 hours of early voting on weekdays in the second week it's allowed to include counties with more than 55,000 residents -- up from the

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Pork is already super expensive. This new animal-welfare

(1 days ago) Within California, the law could lead to a decline in the number of options, result in fewer niche offerings, and could make certain pork products too expensive for lower-income people, further

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Stephen Breyer says now isn't the time to lose faith in

(8 days ago) Breyer voted against that order allowing a law that conflicts with Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that made abortion legal nationwide, to take effect. He dissented along with the court's two other

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Texas urges appeals court to keep abortion ban in place as

(1 days ago) Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton urged a powerful federal appeals court on Thursday to allow a state law that bars abortion after the detection of a fetal heartbeat to remain in effect while

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Law enforcement prepared for violence, 'mass casualty

(1 days ago) Hundreds of law enforcement officials were briefed on the potential for violence on January 6 from protesters planning to attempt to interrupt the certification of …

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Opinion: Texas' repugnant abortion law is pure Republican

(Just Now) The Texas law, SB8, went into effect because the US Supreme Court and a federal appeals court refused to stop it, even though it stands in clear violation of the current law. Until now, the courts

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New Jersey governor signs anti-hazing law with harsher

(2 days ago) The law requires all "higher education institutions," as well was public and private middle and high schools, in New Jersey to adopt anti …

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Texas' abortion law is one of the most restrictive in the

(7 days ago) Texas bans abortions at six weeks, one of the strictest laws in the US. The law prohibits abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected, which is often before a woman knows she is pregnant. It took

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What a Texas law reveals about America's socio-political

(4 days ago) This week, a social studies law inspired by the political right's backlash to CRT went into effect, circumscribing how educators in the state can talk about race and racism. "This is …

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Texas governor signs voting restrictions bill into law

(Just Now) The new law takes aim at Harris County, the home of Houston, which last year offered drive-thru voting and 24-hour early voting. The bill restricts the hours counties can offer early voting to

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Opinion: The sinister genius of Texas abortion law

(Just Now) The Texas abortion law banning procedures after six weeks is a dystopia the Supreme Court refused to stop, says law professor Mary Ziegler -- it's also, along with a different measure enacted by

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Mississippi abortion law: Supreme Court to hear case on

(9 days ago) The Supreme Court will hear a case concerning a Mississippi abortion law on December 1, the court announced on Monday, teeing up one of the most substantial cases of the term in which the justices

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Texas abortion law: Supreme Court denies request to stop

(2 days ago) The Supreme Court formally denied a request from Texas abortion providers to freeze a state law that bars abortions after six weeks. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the three liberal justices in

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Confusion reigns in Texas as new state law aims to

(Just Now) A new Texas law aimed at restricting discussions of race and history in schools has some educators second guessing themselves and forgoing civics-related activities to avoid running afoul of it.

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Justice Department sues Texas over six-week abortion ban

(Just Now) The Texas law was designed specifically with the goal of making it more difficult for clinics to obtain federal court orders blocking enforcement of the law. Instead of creating criminal penalties

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Controversial Missouri gun rights law has taken a toll on

(5 days ago) Law enforcement agencies could face a $50,000 fine if they "infringe" on Missourians' rights by enforcing a federal gun law, the governor's office said. Since the law was passed, 12 of 53 state

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Explainer: What is the Texas abortion ban

(Just Now) The law makes no exceptions for rape or incest, forcing women to carry a pregnancy to term even under traumatic circumstances. The only exception that allows for an abortion to be obtained after

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Americans *hate* the Texas abortion law

(3 days ago) At the core of the law is the empowerment of private citizens to bring lawsuits against people who assist someone in getting an abortion after the state's six-week window.

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Planned Parenthood CEO says Texas abortion law is

(2 days ago) Alexis McGill, CEO and President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, speaks with CNN's Jim Sciutto after Texas enacted a law that bars abortions at six weeks. There is no exception for

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Garland calls Texas abortion law 'clearly unconstitutional'

(4 days ago) Garland calls Texas abortion law 'clearly unconstitutional'. US Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the Department of Justice is filing a lawsuit against Texas over the state's restrictive

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Video game CEO is out after praising Texas abortion law

(2 days ago) The law, one of the strictest in the nation, went into effect last week after the Supreme Court and a federal appeals court declined to rule on it. John Gibson in September 2021, just before he

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Indiana's 'red flag' law should have prevented the FedEx

(3 days ago) After 19-year-old Brandon Hole killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis last week, questions arose about the state's "red flag" law, which should have prevented Hole from having a

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Federal judge blocks Arkansas' near-total abortion ban

(Just Now) The new Arkansas law would ban providers from performing abortions "except to save the life of a pregnant woman in a medical emergency" and makes no exceptions for instances of rape, incest or

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'I'm scared s***less' says law professor of 2024 elections

(3 days ago) Richard Hasen, law professor at University of California, Irvine, joins New Day to talk about the state election laws that have changed since Joe Biden won the …

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New Hampshire Supreme Court strikes down 2017 law

(4 days ago) The law, also known as Senate Bill 3, required that those registering to vote 30 days or more before an election show documents to prove residence, while those registering less than 30 days before

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Oklahoma governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

(2 days ago) Oklahoma Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a near-total abortion ban and two other abortion restrictions into law on Monday, sending a sweeping message that the state-level fight over access to

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'Stand your ground' laws: Everything you need to know CNN

(1 days ago) Generally, “stand your ground” laws allow people to respond to threats or force without fear of criminal prosecution. Most self-defense laws state that a person under threat of physical injury

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Lyft General Counsel: I hope that more of Corporate

(5 days ago) Hours after the Supreme Court refused to block a Texas law prohibiting most abortions on Wednesday night, a small group of leaders at rideshare company Lyft convened to discuss how the company

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Hong Kong's first trial under new national security law

(4 days ago) Hong Kong on Wednesday began the trial for the first person charged under its controversial national security law, which has transformed the city's political landscape since it was imposed by

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Kim Reynolds, Iowa governor, signs bill prohibiting mask

(1 days ago) Under the new law, public and private schools cannot enforce or implement a policy requiring school employees, students, or visitors to wear a facial covering while on the premises -- unless for a

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Poppy Harlow announces leave from CNN anchoring duties to

(3 days ago) Harlow will be enrolling in a two-semester Master of Studies in Law degree program at Yale, the Degree of Master of Studies in Law. The university says the program has specific appeal to "mid

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Biden's infrastructure plan: Here are the details

(Just Now) Now that his massive coronavirus relief package is law, President Joe Biden is laying out his next big proposal: A roughly $2 trillion plan for …

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Bar examiners are asking law students about their mental

(6 days ago) For decades, nearly every state has required law students to answer questions about their mental health treatment as part of the requirements before they can practice law. A wave of support has

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French parliament passes law requiring social media

(6 days ago) Germany has had a similar law, called the Network Enforcement Act, on the books since 2018. The regulation requires social media platforms to remove hate speech and fake news within 24 hours of it

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