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Mississippi Laws Banning Abortion Permitted to Take Effect

Most abortions will be halted in Mississippi after a state trial court judge ruled that officials can enforce two laws banning the procedure in a case challenging their validity under the state constitution, a Mississippi trial court said.

Oil Industry Sees Ongoing Leasing Pause in New Biden Gulf Plan

A “de facto moratorium” on offshore oil and gas leasing is taking hold over the next several months while the Biden administration considers its options for a proposed five-year leasing plan for the Gulf of Mexico, an oil and gas industry attorney said.

Chicago Sexual Harassment Policy Requires ‘Bystander’ Training

A first-in-the nation municipal requirement for Chicago companies to provide separate “bystander” sexual harassment training may set a new standard for other municipalities seeking to improve their rules to combat the misconduct, according to an attorney who specializes in employment law.

Why Nine Justices? Court Packing's History and Future

Since the country’s founding, presidents and congress have sought to shape the Supreme Court in their image.

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