We are constantly working to uncover the unlawful actions taken by the Executive Branch, and bring legal action on behalf of the Americans who are harmed. Take a look at our most recent work:

Demanding Interior Department’s Inspector General Investigate Opening of National Parks Without Adequate Staff During Shutdown

We and the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) demanded that the Office of Inspector General of the Department of the Interior (DOI) open an investigation into DOI’s reckless and unlawful decision to endanger lives and treasured public spaces by keeping the National Park System open without adequate staffing and services during the longest government shutdown in America’s history.

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Demanding the Trump Administration Preserve Records on the Deaths of Immigrant Children

Along with the Center for American Progress, we sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security demanding it comply with federal law and preserve records relating to two recent deaths of children in the custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

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Demanding the retraction of false and misleading claims connecting immigrants at the Southern Border to terrorism

Along with RAICES and Muslim Advocates, we demanded the Department of Homeland Security retract its inaccurate and unlawful “fact sheet” on terrorists at the Southern Border.

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Food & Water Watch v. Trump

Exposing the work of President Trump's unlawful Infrastructure Council, which is composed of his New York developer cronies, on behalf of Food & Water Watch.

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Alabama v. Department of Commerce

Intervening to stop Alabama’s attempt to sabotage the Census by unconstitutionally excluding undocumented individuals from the Census count.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America et al. v. Department of Transportation

Fighting the Administration's rollback of protections for disabled air travelers, on behalf of Paralyzed Veterans of America.

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