Published on August 7, 2017 | By
College Park, Maryland, a city of 30,000 people, is considering a measure that would allow non-citizens to vote in local elections.
Is speaking English really a requirement for U.S. citizenship?
Published on August 4, 2017 | By
Is speaking English really a requirement for U.S. citizenship? The question of whether immigrants to the U.S. must learn English came to the forefront of the debate this week.
Denver Mayor preparing to sign ‘sanctuary city’ executive order
Published on August 3, 2017 | By
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is preparing to sign an executive order making Denver a ‘sanctuary city’.
Sweeping house bill introduced to overturn state assault weapon bans
Published on August 1, 2017 | By
The U.S. House of Representatives unveiled a sweeping bill on Monday intended to overturn all state assault weapon bans.
Restoring an American tradition: WI bill would allow firearm safety courses in public school
Published on July 13, 2017 | By
Wisconsin lawmakers propose bill to allow high schools to teach firearm safety to students.
Oregon Governor Preparing to Sign Gun Confiscation Law
Published on July 10, 2017 | By
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is preparing to sign a bill allowing gun confiscation based solely on someone’s hearsay complaint.
San Francisco to Pay Illegal Immigrant $190k: A slap in the face for “Kate’s Law”
Published on June 30, 2017 | By
San Francisco has agreed to pay an illegal immigrant $190,000 for the “injustice” of turning him over to federal immigration authorities.
Louisiana Governor Vetoes Bill Protecting Free Speech on Campus
Published on June 27, 2017 | By
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, a democrat, vetoed a bill on Monday that would have protected free speech at Louisiana’s colleges and universities.
Supreme Court Reinstates Key Part of Trump Travel Ban and Grants Review
Published on June 26, 2017 | By
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous interim decision on Monday, reinstating a key part of President Trump’s travel ban, and agreeing to hear the case in October.
Unanimous Supreme Court Ruling: Free Speech More Important than Hurt Feelings
Published on June 22, 2017 | By
In a rare unanimous ruling, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that having one’s feelings hurt is not sufficient cause to silence free speech.