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New era for ERA? 50-year battle heads toward face-off between Biden...

Five decades after a wave of lady-led conservativism killed the Equal Rights Amendment, the ERA is back and now faces its best of hope...

Trump’s rhetoric on election integrity unfolds in courtrooms, tweets

See you in court!It is a threat President Donald Trump and his re-election campaign have lobbed — sometimes verbatim — at states across the...

Two more senators side with GOP leaders’ push for a Supreme...

WASHINGTON — Two key Republican senators indicated Monday they won’t stand in the way of a furious effort by the Senate GOP to confirm...

Transgender students from Florida, Virginia score victories in landmark lawsuits

WASHINGTON — Transgender teen Andrew Adams used the boys bathroom, which aligned with his gender identity, when he enrolled as a freshman in 2015...

Why D.C. lawmakers are voting remotely during the pandemic

WASHINGTON —U.S. House Republicans have a new line of attack against some Democrats — they charge they are failing to show up for work.The...

FL members in Congress weigh in on Trump’s directives on extra...

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump circumvented Congress, following weeks of unsuccessful negotiations over another coronavirus relief package.He signed three presidential memoranda and an...

Trump isn’t serious about delaying the election. He’s deadly serious about...

Abe Lincoln didn’t do it. And he was busy trying to hold the Union together.FDR didn’t do it. And he was leading the nation...

Gov. DeSantis: This is not how you should honor Juneteenth

Gov. Ron DeSantis is going back to court in yet another attempt to keep hundreds of thousands of Floridians from voting.In a request for...

One great voting rights victory in a long, long battle

Many people take their right to vote for granted. But winning the right to vote for as many U.S. adult citizens as possible has...

Opening testimony in voting-rights trial includes evidence of racial disparity, administrative...

The question of whether Latoya Moreland and hundreds of thousands of Floridians like her will be able to vote in this year’s presidential election...

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