While the 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees equal rights before the law for all U.S. citizens, the late 1980s saw one subset of America’s population yet without the full protection of this clause. While the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provided the legislative framework to prevent discrimination based on individual traits such as race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, Americans with physical and mental disabilities remained unprotected.January 22, 2015 Read More
During the 108th Congress, the United States Senate witnessed bitter partisan divides between Republicans and Democrats, which came to a head during debate over President George W. Bush’s nominees for appellate court judgeships. While Republicans held the Senate majority, Democrats were determined to use any means necessary to block the President’s nominees.December 11, 2014 Read More
Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health care reform has remained firmly centered at the heart of political relevancy. However, congressional debate over the provision of government-funded health insurance to low-income Americans is far from unprecedented.December 04, 2014 Read More
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