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President Trump signed an executive order today, claiming it will end the family separation policy his administration implemented in April. But legal analysts have voiced concern over language in the order that could allow for the indefinite detention … Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
Sef Scott, a student with Autism, defied expectations in a speech to his graduating class in Plano, Texas. Read more at: Good News
This week during the Q&A time of Monday’s call for the Unnamed Productivity Club, one of the members asked how she could keep up with Facebook without it becoming a huge time suck. Some of my advice was to know exactly what you want to accomplish with your social media time and write out each piece […]
Aaron Persky, the judge who sparked national outrage after granting a light jail sentence to Stanford rapist Brock Turner, was recalled by California voters in their June 5 primary. It is very rare for a judge to be recalled: since 1911 when recalls we… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
In a 5-4 decision last week, the Supreme Court upheld an Ohio law that removes voters from voter rolls after four years of inactivity. This reversed the 6th Circuit Appeals Court’s decision finding that the Ohio policy violated the 1993 National Voter … Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
Two weeks ago, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam approved a state budget that included allocations for Medicaid expansion. The expansion will go into effect on January 1 and will cover over 400,000 currently uninsured adults. Related posts: Federal Appea… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
On June 1, Polk County District Court Judge Michael Huppert temporarily blocked Iowa’s fetal heartbeat ban, SF 359, from going into effect until the case can make its way through the appropriate legal channels. No related posts. Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
On Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions ruled that a 2014 Board of Immigration Appeals decision protecting victims of gang or domestic violence was “wrongly decided.” “Generally, claims by aliens pertaining to domestic violence or gang violence perpe… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 13, 2018 Contact: Megan Connor (DC) 703-522-2214 email@example.com Candice Mercer (LA) 310-556-2500 firstname.lastname@example.org Feminist Majority Foundation Protests the Separation of Children from Parents at the Border S… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
Someone recently asked me how to do that when you have A LOT of things that need to happen. And I get it – when you have A LOT of things that need to get done it can feel really overwhelming and downright impossible to pick 1-3 priorities for the week. Because EVERYTHING HAS TO […]
Even the Queen of England took notice of Rodney Smith’s good deeds. Read more at: Good News
I was driving through a neighborhood I drive through a few times a month and was thinking what I normally think as I’m driving through homes: what would it be like to live here? how long would it take to visit family from here? where would I grocery shop? what would Nate’s commute be? Then […]
Fourteen Democrats from the House Committee on Natural Resources have called for an investigation into the Harvard study published last week that concluded Hurricane Maria caused 73 times more deaths than originally claimed by the U.S. government. Rel… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
On Wednesday, with a required three-fifths vote (72-45) in the state House, Illinois became the 37th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. The United States is now only one state short of guaranteeing women’s equality in the U.S. Constitution. Re… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
It happens to everyone at one point or another. Something happens, a chain of events is started, or something is missed and WHAM the day or week you expected becomes something else entirely. There are a few different ways to handle it. Some ways work b… Read more at: One Insight Closer
Last month, the Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) released “Tracking Deliberate Sex Segregation in K-12 Public Schools,” its third multi-year report based mainly on 2013-14 data from the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC). The report found and named… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
All the player asked in return was that she “pay it forward.” Read more at: Good News
“She was struggling so I decided to help her.” Read more at: Good News