Lawsuit

Republican Lawmakers Introduce Bill to End Nationwide Legal Injunctions

'This bill will restore respect for the system of government outlined in the Constitution'

Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) and Rep. Mark Meadows (R., N.C.) introduced legislation to end nationwide injunctions after a California judge took action to stop a change in the Trump administration's asylum policy from going into effect.

San Francisco’s Anti-NRA Stunt Isn’t Just Misguided, It’s Unconstitutional

Punishing businesses that associate with the NRA is a form of unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination.

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors stirred controversy after labeling the National Rifle Association a "domestic terrorist organization" in a resolution. That language is more tiresome and lame than it is actually dangerous. Law enforcement officers in San Francisco and elsewhere will just roll their eyes and focus on targeting actual terrorists.

Lawyer Wants Out of Louisiana Bar Association

Lawsuit argues mandatory membership dues constitute coerced speech, citing Janus decision

A Louisiana lawyer joined a growing number of attorneys challenging the payment of mandatory membership dues to state bar associations.

HuffPost Sued for Defamation in Kavanaugh Article

'Defendants knew the quoted statement . . . was false when it was published'

A Mississippi man is suing HuffPost and its former reporter Ashley Feinberg for claiming that he was responsible for the death of Robert F. Kennedy's son David in a story on then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.