Tag Archives: James Bopp

Christian Group Seeks To Outlaw Ads For Abortion Pills

Politico reports: The National Right to Life Committee is lobbying states to enact legislation it’s drafted that would make it a crime to advertise information about abortion pills or other methods of ending a pregnancy. The model bill treats abortion like organized crime, by using a combination of civil and criminal penalties in the same way that the 1970 Racketeer …

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Cawthorn Lawyers Up In “Insurrectionist” Challenge

The New York Times reports: Mr. Cawthorn, 26, who is in his first term in Congress, has denounced the case as an egregious misreading of the 14th Amendment, but he has retained James Bopp Jr., one of the most prominent conservative campaign lawyers in the country, as counsel. Mr. Bopp, in an interview, declared the matter “the most frivolous case …

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Anti-Vax Indiana Students Lose Appeal To SCOTUS

A reminder from last week: Eight college students challenging Indiana University’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement filed an appeal with the Supreme Court on Friday, asking the justices to consider immunization mandates for the first time since the pandemic began. The students filed an emergency appeal at the Supreme Court, asking the justices to block enforcement of the university’s requirement, which they …

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Lawsuits Against Biden’s Win Dropped In Four States

CNN reports: Voters in four states who had brought longshot lawsuits to disrupt President-elect Joe Biden’s win and went nowhere in court have dropped their cases Monday morning. The cases were short-lived in Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania federal courts, and fed into a pro-Trump legal strategy that’s almost certain to fail to block Biden’s presidential win before the Electoral …

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