After the Supreme Court spares key immigration initiative, Dreamers may face their greatest threat yet.
COVID-19 reveals the need for sweeping U.S. welfare reform to help low-income and struggling individuals.
Voters, lawyers, and activists continue to fight for voting rights in the Peach State.
A federal agency resolves religious discrimination complaints about restrictions on clergy hospital visits.
The Supreme Court will decide whether federal courts are required to presume the credibility of noncitizens.
DHS must exercise greater transparency about the use, testing, and disposal of biometric information collected in the immigration context.
Schools and policymakers confront balancing the protection of cyberbullying victims with free speech.
Restrictions on immigration actually end up harming native-born Americans.
Scholars recommend limited government restrictions on false political speech.
U.S. courts seem to recognize plant-based companies’ constitutional right to use meat and dairy advertising terms.
The future of disability antidiscrimination efforts should account for pervasive and normative biases.
The United States has failed to realize the ADA’s potential to impact the rights of people with disabilities.