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Supreme Court Lets Biden End Remain-in-Mexico Asylum Rule

The US Supreme Court freed President Joe Biden’s administration to end a Trump-era policy that forces asylum-seekers at the southern border to wait in Mexico for their cases to be processed, letting the president retake control of a key facet of his immigration policy.

New Gilded Age: Are Lawyers Too Rich to Solve Big Problems?

Indiana University law professor Bill Henderson says political and economic uncertainty stems from wealth inequality, and lawyers are part of the problem. He wants more lawyers to remember they have obligations to the rule of law beyond working for clients, and he’s studying the Gilded Age to learn lessons about today.

Understanding Some Common Letters and Notices From the IRS

It’s IRS correspondence season which means that notices and letters are in the mail to taxpayers. Here’s a quick look at some of the most popular notices and letters that taxpayers might receive after filing a tax return—and what to do next.

How 'Unfair' Property Taxes Crush New Yorkers

The New York City property tax system both confuses and frustrates residents, while driving inequity. How did the city get here? And what are the obstacles to finding an equitable solution?

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