A federal judge in California partially blocked the Trump administration Sunday from enforcing rule changes which would allow more employers to opt out of providing women with no-cost birth control.
Donald Trump’s government shutdown over a racist campaign chant is affecting immigration courts, and for the worse. Immigrants who have been waiting for their day in the already-backlogged system are seeing their cases put on hold. For how long, who knows? “Judges are only hearing the cases of detained immigrants,” CNN reports, “while other cases are being postponed.”
Miguel Ramirez Valiente is waiting to be heard. In December, he was ordered by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to...
This is the second set of rules the Trump administration has issued in attempt to enable employers and universities to stop providing birth control insurance coverage. They were temporarily blocked in 13 states.
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