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A Judge Called Trump Probably Guilty. Charging Him Is Fraught

Federal prosecutors have asked for hundreds of witness interviews from the House Jan. 6 committee, adding to the intrigue over whether President Donald Trump could face criminal charges just weeks after a federal judge ruled that Trump “more likely than not” committed fraud connected to the 2020 election.

NLRB’s ‘Salt Mine’ Tweet Decision Overturned by 3rd Cir.

The NLRB was wrong to rule that the publisher of conservative online magazine the Federalist unlawfully threatened workers by tweeting that he’d send them “back to the salt mine” if they tried to unionize, a federal appeals court in Philadelphia held.

Last-Minute Bid to Save Right to Abortion Comes via ERA Lawsuits

The threat of a Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade has spurred a trio of new lawsuits seeking state court recognition of the Equal Rights Amendment—a last-minute effort to preempt that anti-Roe ruling by forcing the high court to factor new constitutional language into its decision.

If Women Still Earn Less, Can Laws Even Fix The Pay Gap?

The two most important laws addressing pay discrimination between genders have been around for more than six decades, yet the pay gap persists. In this video, we look at the laws and court cases used to enforce equal pay for equal work, and discuss what comes next with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, and EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows.

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