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Pennsylvania’s current congressional map was found unconstitutional by its state supreme court on January 22, and the Republican-led legislature’s subsequent failures to secure a stay from the U.S. Supreme Court

Courts should take responsibility for a fundamental question: whether current case law addressing the rights of homeless people rests upon fundamentally flawed assumptions.

Welcome to This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.  This week the Fourth Circuit found Travel Ban 3.0 unconstitutional, the Senate failed to reach consensus on DACA, Justice Ginsburg spoke

Last week, the Massachusetts state legislature scrapped H3361, a bill that sought to improve state data collection on Asian Americans. Proposed by State Representative Tackey Chan, the bill would have

Welcome to This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. This week, Pennsylvania Republicans resist the state Supreme Court's order to redraw district maps, labor advocates organize in preparation for oral arguments

In Florida, the end of your incarceration can be the beginning of a life-long sentence. That’s because Florida is one of four states that does not automatically restore civil rights

Welcome to This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, the first installment of a new weekly series rounding up the latest news. This week, immigrants’ rights are under attack on

Professor Jennifer Reynolds is an associate professor at the University of Oregon School of Law, visiting this year at Harvard Law School.  This spring, she is teaching “Advanced Negotiation: Alternative

As our nation around the world struggle with the threat of terrorist attacks and violence from both foreign and domestic sources, we will be forced to engage with the ever-present

A week ago, a San Francisco jury acquitted Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, an undocumented immigrant, of murder in the death of Kate Steinle, which took place on July 1, 2015.