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Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned on Sunday and left for Mexico on Monday amid violent protests following the release of an audit by the American Organization of States, which found “irregularities” in the October election. Morales was granted political asylum by Mexico as protests between his supporters and the opposition party continued after his resignation. [...]

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A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit seeking injunctive relief on Friday filed by SurvJustice and other rights groups against US Secretary of Education Betsey DeVos and the department’s policy regarding Title IX enforcement. The department of Education released a new guidance document in 2017 that has been highly contested since. This decision comes after oral [...]

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The North Carolina Superior Court of Wake County granted a preliminary injunction on Monday barring the use of a new electoral map in the 2020 primary and general elections for illegal partisan gerrymandering. The plaintiffs, led by the National Redistricting Foundation (NRF), sought to block the state’s remedial electoral map from being used in the [...]

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The Consumer Protection Division (CPD) of the Maryland Attorney General’s office filed suit on Wednesday against Westminster Management, LLC, a company owned by Kushner Companies for violating the Maryland Consumer Protection Act and the Maryland Consumer Debt Collection Act. The suit seeks to enjoin the illegal renting practices of Westminster and its property owners, who [...]

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The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reached an agreement with Sunday Riley Modern Skincare on Monday after filing a complaint against the company for posting fraudulent reviews of their skincare products on the Sephora website. In the complaint, the FTC alleged that the company and CEO Riley violated two provisions of the Federal Trade Commission [...]

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