Supporters of trans kids having access to puberty blockers and hormone therapy have argued that it is safe, necessary health care backed by every major medical group.
U.S. court will reconsider ruling that granted voting rights to Mississippians convicted of felonies
An Aug. 4 ruling held that denying voting rights violated the constitutional ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
Appeals court blocks hearings on drawing a second majority-Black congressional district in Louisiana
Louisiana has six U.S. House districts. Five are currently represented by white Republicans and one by a Black Democrat.
Republican offers new twist on abortion exceptions as issue stays at forefront of Kentucky Governor’s race
‘The reason he twists himself into knots on answers like this is because he knows the vast majority of Kentuckians find his view cruel and dangerous.’
Three Ku Klux Klan members were convicted in Liuzzo’s death.
The proposal would increase the board to eight members and give the House Speaker, the Senate leader and the minority party leaders in each chamber two seats to appoint.
‘I’m going to serve the balance of my term. I’ve got a lot of good work to do and looking at next steps … at a number of great options out there.’
Colton Moore attacked his colleagues as ‘Republicans in name only,’ or RINOs.
Donald Trump won’t try to move Georgia case to federal court after judge rejected similar bid by Mark Meadows
‘This decision is based on his well-founded confidence that this honorable court intends to fully and completely protect his constitutional right to a fair trial and guarantee him due process of law.’