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The New York Times and Salon have reported that many states, as well as the National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL), have expressed concern over the accuracy of census data that results from the use of the new privacy algorithm developed by the Census Bureau to protect individuals privacy.
Miscalculations, and an unexpected victory from President Trump, have put abortion access at its most vulnerable point in decades. In a span of six months this year alone, states in the South and Midwest have passed a total of 58 restrictions. The left is on the defensive. Now it’s trying to recover.
On this critically important day before the possible impeachment of a U.S. president, we just learned from a report on Indivisible’s site that some districts are receiving 3 times as many calls _against_ impeachment than for it.
The US Supreme Court refused to hear the case Remington Arms Co. v. Soto, and in doing so, paved the way for victims of gun violence to sue gun manufacturers whose firearms have been used in the commission of crimes. Remington Arms Company manufactured and marketed the Bushmaster AR-15 style rifle that was used to murder 20 children and 6 educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.
Last October, A U.S. District Court in Northern California blocked the Department of Homeland Security from terminating TPS for those from El Salvador and a handful of other countries. This act of “favoritism” has many wondering what is different about El Salvador?