The US Senate approved a bipartisan border funding bill by a vote of 84-8 Wednesday after rejecting a similar bill passed by the House. The bill provides $4.5 billion in border funding, which includes nearly $3 billion in humanitarian aid and funding for the Department of Defense and more money for Immigration and Customs Enforcement [...]

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FedEx Corporation sued the US Department of Commerce Monday for what they say is the Department’s efforts to use their regulations to “essentially deputize FedEx to police the contents of the millions of packages it ships daily even though doing so is a virtually impossible task, logistically, economically, and in many cases, legally.” In an [...]

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed bipartisan legislation on Friday that protects patients from paying for surprise out-of-network medical bills. Surprise medical bills most often arise during medical emergencies when a patient with insurance receives treatment outside of his or her provider network. Frequently, when the insurance company and healthcare provider cannot agree on a fair [...]

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The US Department of Justice (DOJ) Civil Rights Division filed a statement of interest Monday supporting students who claim the state of Maine is discriminating against them by not paying for them to attend religious high schools. The state of Maine does pay for students to attend private high schools if they live in areas [...]

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