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Police Immunity Laws Nullified?

From Staff Reports WASHINGTON, DC — Employers of law enforcement officers would be liable for civil rights violations by their employees if legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen becomes law. “Too often cities and […]

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John Lewis: Loss of a Legend

His death marks the loss of a revered civil rights icon, and the acknowledged conscience of Congress for more than 30 years. By Eleanor Clift/The Daily Beast ‘I never became bitter or hostile.’ How John Lewis […]

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National Short Takes

By Journal-isms Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Restrictions The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana abortion law, a victory for abortion rights advocates concerned that the conservative court would break with past rulings […]

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Movement Demanding: “Trump/Pence Out Now!”

By Clint Confehr Refuse Fascism, a self-described movement of people, marched against the Trump Administration in Tulsa, Okla. the day after Juneteenth to drive that regime “from power through non-violent protests.” “Vote with your feet […]