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Texas Supreme Court Allows Arrest of Runaway Democrats

Washington Free Beacon AUSTIN, Texas—The Supreme Court of Texas on Tuesday allowed for the arrest or detention of Democratic lawmakers who fled the state to…

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Pitrunners Press Supreme Court To Strike Down Ban on Puerto Rican Cockfighting

Washington Free Beacon Lawyers for a group of cockpit owners and gamecock breeders are asking the Supreme Court to strike down a federal law that…

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Breyer’s Influence Hits Its Peak As Progressives Push Him To Retire

Washington Free Beacon Justice Stephen Breyer’s influence on the Supreme Court is hitting its apex just as many on the left are clamoring for him…

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White Males Absent From Biden Judicial Slate

Washington Free Beacon Over six months in office and four waves of judicial nominees, President Joe Biden has yet to name a white male to…

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Career Officials Chafe at EEOC Transgender Guidance

Washington Free Beacon Career lawyers at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are chafing at a new guidance document on LGBT workplace rights that goes well…

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Race-Based Bailouts In COVID Stimulus Bill Face Legal Setbacks

Washington Free Beacon Conservative legal groups are challenging the racially driven repayment programs Democrats included in their $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief act. The American Rescue…

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Supreme Court Puts Off Decision on Harvard Affirmative Action Appeal

Washington Free Beacon The Supreme Court on Monday delayed deciding whether it will hear a constitutional challenge to Harvard’s race-conscious admissions practices, which urges the…

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Conservatives Divided As Supreme Court Narrows Scope of Anti-Hacking Law

Washington Free Beacon The Supreme Court on Thursday narrowed the reach of a federal anti-hacking law, rejecting a broad interpretation advanced by federal prosecutors it…

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Judiciary Committee Splits on Controversial Justice Department Nominee

Washington Free Beacon The Senate Judiciary Committee split evenly along party lines Thursday in a vote to advance the hotly contested nomination of Kristen Clarke…

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Supreme Court Seems Unlikely to Support Reduced Sentences for Crack Offenders

Washington Free Beacon In its latest foray into the war on drugs, the Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed ready to say that low-level crack cocaine…

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