Owners of firearm accessories known as bump stocks and a gun-rights group shouldn’t be granted review of a Sixth Circuit ruling upholding a ban on the items, the Biden administration told the US Supreme Court.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) was hit with a disciplinary petition on Wednesday by a committee of the State Bar, which accused Paxton of professional misconduct in connection with pleadings he made in his efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Pandemic shutdowns spurred workers in hard-hit industries to find alternative forms of income, yet many who turned to sex work to help make ends meet say they’re facing hostile work environments when returning to traditional jobs.
An ongoing lawsuit over Mississippi’s abortion pill restrictions could set a roadmap for the Biden administration and others seeking to ease access to the medication across the country as the US Supreme Court considers overturning Roe v. Wade.
Alphabet, Chevron, and other corporate giants are facing investor pressure to look at racial issues, as more shareholders and companies want to know whether their businesses fuel discrimination.
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