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Service providers awarded HHS grants may not discriminate based on sexual orientation or gender identity, court rules

The Hill / July 6, 2022

FDA bans Juul e-cigarettes as U.S. pursues broader crackdown on nicotine products

CNBC / June 23, 2022

Court: COVID-19 Is Not a Natural Disaster. Abrupt Layoffs Not Covered by Exception

Law.com / June 16, 2022

Lawsuit challenges Mississippi private schools grant program

AP / June 15, 2022

Inmate medical treatment at Angola still not improved since judge’s ruling, attorneys argue

The Advocate / June 6, 2022
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What We Did For Democracy In 2021

Democracy depends on a government that works for all people. In 2021, the country saw a number of attacks on people and our country’s fundamental democratic values. In response, our team went to work–and to court–for democracy. Here are some highlights of what we did this year.

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  • Economy
  • Labor

Defending $15 Federal Contractor Minimum Wage

Urging the court to reject efforts to cut the minimum wage for federal contract workers.

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  • Health Care

Challenging the abortion ban in Lebanon, Ohio.

The ordinance violates constitutional protections, harms those seeking and providing abortions, counseling, and care.

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  • Immigration
  • Vacancies

Path to Permanent Residency for TPS Beneficiaries Restored

Settlement Follows a 2020 Lawsuit Brought By TPS Beneficiaries and Advocates Over Unlawful Trump-Era Policy

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