A Court Found That ICE Agents Violated Constitutional Rights. The Defendants Were Deported Anyway.

This story was originally co-published by The Philadelphia Inquirer and ProPublica. When immigration officers raided a rural Pennsylvania poultry transport company early last year, a lawyer for five undocumented men arrested saw plenty of evidence their rights had been violated. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers had no warrant to drive past the company’s “No Trespassing” signs and block the […]

Qatar takes UAE to U.N. human rights court over boycott

Qatar takes UAE to U.N. human rights court over boycott

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UK govt accused of violating court orders by illegally detaining asylum seekers

UK govt accused of violating court orders by illegally detaining asylum seekers

The UK has once again been accused of illegal treatment of immigrants after an investigation found that asylum seekers are continuing to be held in detention centers despite courts ordering their release. The government is refusing to release immigrants who have been granted bail from its removal centers, according to the Independent. The report claims […]

Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams Approved GOP’s Gerrymandering Effort, Lawmakers Claim in Court

Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams Approved GOP’s Gerrymandering Effort, Lawmakers Claim in Court

There is a fight raging over voting rights across the country — especially in Georgia. The contours of the battlefield are usually seen as partisan; restrictions on voting rights tend to be a Republican project. But testimony in a lawsuit brought by the NAACP and former Attorney General Eric Holder over a redistricting effort led by the Georgia GOP alleges […]

The Supreme Court Eyes Online Sales Taxes

If you think internet companies aren’t paying any taxes for online sales and that’s killing bricks-and-mortar retailers and states’ budgets, you, my friend, have been duped. Nothing could be further from the truth. The internet isn’t a tax-free zone, nor is the lack of revenue the issue with state budgets. There is, however, a battle […]

Trump Can’t Fix the Internet’s Tax Problem, but the Supreme Court Can

President Donald Trump’s latest Twitter punching bag has been the online retailer Amazon, which he accused of paying “little or no taxes to state & local governments.” The accusations were misleading, but they sparked a national discussion over online sales taxes. Fortunately, the matter could soon by settled—by the Supreme Court. On April 17, the […]

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