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When it comes to the challenge to President Obama’s executive action on immigration, Texas is trying to run out the clock. Luckily for the Administration and for the five million individuals whose lives are in limbo, there really is no clock. 
Next month, the Supreme Court will consider Sue Evenwel’s bid to change the way state and local governments draw election districts. Demanding that state and local governments across the nation change the way they draw legislative lines, Evenwel argues that it is unconstitutional for states to draw...
On Monday, Constitutional Accountability Center filed an amici curiae brief in the Supreme Court in Fisher v. University of Texas, urging the Court to reaffirm that the Fourteenth Amendment permits the sensitive use of race to foster equality in education and to uphold the University of Texas’s use...
As the Supreme Court begins a new Term, big business is continuing its efforts to close the courthouse doors to individual Americans, making it harder for consumers and others to vindicate their federal rights and hold corporate America accountable.