The Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked along party lines on advancing three of President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees to the full chamber, including a pick for the largest appellate court and an LGBT trailblazer.
A bill to shield judges’ personally identifiable information online advanced out of the Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously after members tabled amendments to boost security for government officials and members of Congress.
The Supreme Court could see more abortion cases if it erodes the line limiting when states can ban the procedure and state court dockets may swell if the justices overturn the constitutional right altogether.
Companies that do business with the federal government will be required to certify the existence of workplace affirmative action plans regardless of whether they are selected for an audit, the U.S. Labor Department’s contractor watchdog office announced in a policy rollout Thursday.
The Biden administration wants to give precedence to electric vehicle charging projects that advance equity and use American-made chargers in new infrastructure spending, although its efficacy may be limited because many decisions are left up to the states.
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