The Treasury Department sanctioned eight judges on Venezuela’s supreme court Thursday, shortly after President Donald Trump said the constitutional and economic crisis in the country was “a disgrace to humanity.”
The sanctions were imposed for a high court ruling earlier
News Release — ACLU of Vermont
May 19, 2017
Lia Ernst (802) 223-6304 x112 firstname.lastname@example.orgJames Lyall (802) 223-6304 x115 email@example.comMONTPELIER—United States District Judge Geoffrey Crawford ruled this week that an ACLU of Vermont civil rights lawsuit alleging racial profiling
Madison county Sheriff Randy Tucker isn’t the only person who has been caught up in the constitutionality of road blocks. It’s a question that even the U.S. Supreme Court is having trouble deciding.
Most Mississippians are used to road blocks,
alexskopje | Getty Images Should artists be forced to promote messages against their conscience? The Supreme Court could be taking up the question soon, if a recent lower-court ruling out of Kentucky is any indication.
Late last week, news broke
In a recent interview, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus offered that the Trump administration has “looked at” a constitutional amendment to free speech protections.
President Trump recently referred to America’s system of checks and balances as “archaic.”