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A.B. 1766, 2021-2022 Leg., Reg. Sess. (Cal. 2022) (enacted)
California Makes ID Cards Available to Undocumented Residents.
Federal Reserve Interest Rate Hike on March 22, 2023.
U.S. Monetary Policy Shows the Major Issues with the Major Questions Doctrine.
Georgia v. President of the United States
Eleventh Circuit Applies the Major Questions Doctrine to a Delegation to the President.
Silva v. Farrish
Second Circuit Confirms Exception to Sovereign Immunity for Tribal Claims Relating to Land and Fishing Rights.
Clemens v. ExecuPharm Inc.
Third Circuit Holds that Data Breach Creates Imminent Injury in Heightening the Risk of Identity Theft or Fraud.
State v. Beaver
West Virginia Supreme Court Deems Education Savings Accounts Constitutional.
In re Section 301 Cases
Court of International Trade Holds that the APA's Foreign Affairs Exemption Does Not Extend to Tariffs Imposed Under Section 301 of the Trade Act.
Pierre v. Midland Credit Management, Inc.
Seventh Circuit Holds that "Psychological States" Caused by Debt Collection Letters Are Not Concrete Injuries.