The Supreme Court's decisions this term on reproductive health are a reminder of the need for proactive policies that protect reproductive rights.
As the Supreme Court’s decision goes into effect, the Trump administration must now allow 300,000 young people to file new applications for DACA, including 55,500 of the youngest DACA-eligible individuals who did not previously have the chance to apply.
Policymakers must prioritize placing public defenders, civil rights attorneys, workers’ rights attorneys, and legal aid attorneys on the federal courts.
Two of President Trump’s most recent judicial nominees demonstrate his disregard for those who need health care across the country.
It is imperative that the Trump administration work with Congress to ensure that court systems across the country continue to function in the face of the ongoing pandemic.
The White House’s lack of leadership on COVID-19 is threatening the administration of justice.
Post-impeachment, President Trump and his Senate allies continue to corrupt American democracy by supporting ideological extremists who are opposed to core voting rights.
As the Trump administration ramps up its attacks on the judiciary, this year’s Supreme Court docket has the potential to define the legacy of the Roberts court.
Donald Trump’s attacks on the legitimacy of America’s legal system are growing increasingly dangerous and brazen.
The compositions of the country’s federal courts should better reflect the nation’s increasingly diverse population.
Meaningful access to abortion care, as well as the ability to enforce abortion and other civil and human rights in court, are at stake in the upcoming Supreme Court case.
The appeals court in the Texas v. United States health care repeal lawsuit ruled the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate unconstitutional but left in doubt the rest of the law, fueling uncertainty that could harm markets in the near term.
Civil justice reform requires an all-of-government approach.
A troubling trend suggests serious evidence of corruption at the Justice Department is going unexamined by its watchdog.
The scope of the marital presumption of parentage must be expanded to be more LGBTQ-inclusive.