• Judge blocks part of NJ handgun carry law, handing tentative win to 2A advocates

    A federal judge on Tuesday blocked New Jersey officials from enforcing a law restricting the legal carry of firearms in so-called "sensitive places" designated by the state.

  • Judge blocks policy requiring parental notification if kids' well-being affected by gender transitioning, sexuality

    A New Jersey Superior Court temporarily blocked a school policy requiring staff to notify parents about circumstances impacting their child's physical or mental well-being if sexuality, gender expression, and gender transitioning is involved, News 12 New Jersey reported."The Hanover Township Board of Education believes that parents need to be fully informed of all material issues that could impact their children so that they – as parents – can provide the proper care and support for their...

  • California lawmakers block key environmental bills

    One proposed law would have ramped up the state’s emissions targets, and another would have made oil companies liable for the health problems of people who live close to oil wells.

  • Changes to nurse training requirements signed into law

    ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)--New York State is projected to a face a shortage of almost 40,000 nurses by 2030. "Right now to become a nurse in the state of New York, you have to have clinical placement— placement in a hospital setting," explained Governor Kathy Hochul. "That’s great. Sounds good. I’m sure it worked at one []

  • Chinese Law REQUIRES All Foreign Companies to Host CCP Cells

    If Hitler said you could have a company in Germany only if you let Nazi operatives work within your company to advance the Third Reich, would you say yes? Dozens if not hundreds of American companies

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    With law requiring AAPI studies, DeSantis leans into divide and conquer

    Florida’s new law requiring schools to teach Asian American and Pacific Islander history seems designed to paper over the governor’s racist assault on education.

  • Judge Rejects Lawsuit by Nantucket Residents to Block Wind Turbines

    A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit brought by Nantucket residents who argued that the planned construction of dozens of wind turbines off the affluent resort island threatens the survival of endangered Northern Atlantic right whales. Nantucket Residents Against Turbines said Vineyard Wind’s proposed project of some 62 turbines in waters 14 miles south of the island is in a crucial area for foraging and nursing for the dwindling species, which researchers estimate to number about 340. ...

  • Tech lobbyists score wins in state kids’ safety laws

    Tech trade groups have quietly carved out exemptions in kids’ online safety bills in Arkansas and Utah, even as they publicly oppose the underlying measures.

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    Bill requiring handgun buyers to undergo training, be fingerprinted advances

    DOVER, Del. (AP) — A Senate bill requiring anyone in Delaware wanting to buy a handgun to first be fingerprinted, undergo training and obtain permission from the state cleared a House committee on

  • 9th Circuit reverses judge's ruling striking down deportation law as racist

    A federal appeals court has reversed an unprecedented ruling in Nevada that struck down a longstanding U.S. deportation law as racist and unconstitutional. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said Monday in its long-awaited decision that Section 1326 of the Immigration and Nationality Act — which makes it a crime to return to the U.S. after deportation, removal or denied entry — ”is facially neutral as to race.” The ruling is a blow for advocates who had hoped to see major changes to the nation’s...

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    Florida sued over law blocking Chinese citizens, other foreigners from buying property

    By BRENDAN FARRINGTON Associated Press TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A group of Chinese citizens living and working in Florida is suing the state over a new law that bans Chinese nationals from purchasing property in large swaths of the state. The suit filed Monday by the American Civil Liberties union in a federal court claims

  • Florida sued over new law blocking Chinese citizens from buying property

    A group of Chinese citizens who live in Florida and a real-estate brokerage firm that caters to Chinese-speaking people on Monday filed a federal lawsuit challenging a new state law aimed at restricting the sale of properties to people and businesses linked to the Chinese government. The law (SB 264) prohibits Chinese citizens from buying farmland or any property within 10 miles of a military installation or “critical infrastructure,” such as a seaport or airport.