Court ruling upholding Pa.’s mail-in voting law doesn’t quell calls for reforms

Katie R. Ochoa

Tuesday’s determination by the state Supreme Court docket upholding Pennsylvania’s controversial no-justification mail-in voting displays no indicators of silencing phone calls for variations to Pennsylvania’s election regulations. Some want to right deficiencies in the 2019 regulation that brought no-excuse mail-in voting to Pennsylvania, implemented first in the 2020 presidential election. […]

Biden’s DOJ Suing Idaho Over Its Anti-Abortion Law

Katie R. Ochoa

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Justice Office on Tuesday filed a lawsuit that problems Idaho’s restrictive abortion legislation, arguing that it conflicts with a federal regulation requiring medical doctors to deliver expecting ladies medically required therapy that could include abortion. The federal govt brought the lawsuit in search of to […]

US sues Idaho over abortion law, cites medical treatment

Katie R. Ochoa

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Justice Department on Tuesday filed a lawsuit that challenges Idaho’s restrictive abortion law, arguing that it conflicts with a federal law requiring doctors to provide pregnant women medically necessary treatment that could include abortion. The federal government brought the lawsuit seeking to invalidate the state’s […]