April 10, 2019 by Kimberly Leonard The Department of Justice has appealed a federal judge’s decision to strike down requirements in Kentucky and Arkansas that certain Medicaid beneficiaries work in order to receive government healthcare. The case will go before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia after being struck down March 27 by … More Justice Department appeals decision on Medicaid work requirements
March 4, 2019 by Steve Byas A bill presently in both a House committee and in a Senate committee in the Texas Legislature — banning abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected — may be the vehicle that will give the Supreme Court the opportunity to reverse Roe v. Wade, Doe v. Bolton, and Planned Parenthood v. … More Will Texas Heartbeat Bill Lead to Reversal of Roe v. Wade?
July 11, 2018 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. It may be close to the truth that “You Can’t Fight City Hall,” but close doesn’t count, it seems, when it comes to one man’s successful fight to stop the government’s constant surveillance of people under no suspicion of wrongdoing. Michael Maherrey, the communications director for the … More Man Challenges City on Use of Surveillance Cameras and Wins