WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court will decide three cases in coming months that could help or hinder President Donald Trump's efforts to ramp up border security and accelerate deportations of those in the country illegally. (Reuters US News) More
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Posted on 15 December 2017 | 1:27 am | Google News
'Proof of citizenship' voting laws may surge
In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states may not require proof of citizenship for those who use the federal registration form, which states are required to accept. It didn't bar them from requiring such documents for state elections, so states ...
Posted on 21 November 2017 | 10:26 pm | Google News
'Proof Of Citizenship' Voting Laws May Surge Under Trump
That means residents must provide documentation such as a passport or birth certificate when registering to vote. But that gets confusing. In 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states may not require proof of citizenship for those who use the ...
Posted on 16 November 2017 | 4:16 pm | Google News
G.G., the challenge by a transgender student to his high school's refusal to allow him to use the boys bathroom that the Supreme Court remanded last term after the Trump administration revoked an Obama-era Department of Education guideline, predicting ...
Posted on 10 October 2017 | 6:10 am | Google News
As Predicted, Supreme Court Kicks Can on Trump's So-called Travel Ban
In late June, when the Supreme Court kicked the proverbial can down the road on President Trump's so-called travel ban, we surmised that the justices intended to avoid ruling on the matter altogether. With some tinkering, the High Court allowed the ...
Presidential Proclamation Enhancing Vetting Capabilities and Processes for Detecting Attempted Entry Into the United ...
New Order Indefinitely Bars Almost All Travel From Seven Countries
Posted on 26 September 2017 | 4:39 pm | Google News
California legislators approve 'sanctuary state' bill
The legislation is the latest effort by Democratic lawmakers in California, home to an estimated 2.3 million immigrants without legal authorization, to create barriers to President Donald Trump's campaign pledge to step up deportation efforts. They've ...
Bill Text - SB-54 Law enforcement: sharing data.
Posted on 17 September 2017 | 6:52 am | Google News
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