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Biden Vaccine Orders Could Collide with State Mandate Limits

President Joe Biden’s workplace vaccine mandates set up a conundrum for employers in places where state law limits their ability to require Covid-19 shots for their workers—placing businesses squarely between those kinds of prohibitions and the likely-superseding federal authority, leaving them prime targets for litigation no matter what they do.

Georgia, Missouri Abortion Laws Tested Ahead of SCOTUS Look

Texas has grabbed the spotlight lately, but other meaningful challenges to states’ abortion laws are still winding their way through the federal courts. The validity of state laws banning abortions after six weeks’ gestation and those sought because of a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome will be argued this week in the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the Eleventh and Eighth Circuits.

Texas Sues EEOC Over LGBT Bathroom and Pronoun Guidance

Guidance issued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission “misstates the law” to allow exceptions for LGBT employees from general workplace policies on bathrooms, dress codes, and locker rooms, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton alleged in a federal lawsuit.

How Many Votes? A Guide to Getting It Done in Congress

Our comprehensive guide to how many votes are needed for almost any scenario in Congress.

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