It’s a Map Disaster: Special Master Submits Congressional and State Senate Maps

It’s a Map Disaster: Special Master Submits Congressional and State Senate Maps

New York, NY – September 7, 2020: Congressman Hakeem Jeffries speaks at US Senator Chuck Schumer and members of NY House delegation media briefing on 3rd avenue in Manhattan. (Shutterstock) On Monday, May 16, the court appointed, neutral Special Master, Jonathan Cervas, tasked with redrawing New York’s Congressional and state Senate district maps released a […]

USCIS Lengthens Work Permit Automatic Extension Period to Address Adjudication Delays

USCIS Lengthens Work Permit Automatic Extension Period to Address Adjudication Delays

By Emma Winger, Immigration Impact U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a temporary rule last week that automatically extends employment authorization for certain noncitizens waiting for USCIS to process their work permit renewal applications. As of December 2021, over 80,000 noncitizens had lost or would soon lose the right to work because of adjudication delays and a growing […]

Clarence Thomas Calls out John Roberts as Supreme Court Edges Closer to Overturning Roe V. Wade

Clarence Thomas Calls out John Roberts as Supreme Court Edges Closer to Overturning Roe V. Wade

WASHINGTON, DC, USA – Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court nominee, testifies before U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee. September 12, 1991 (Shutterstock) By Joan Biskupic, CNN There was a little seen warm moment between Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Clarence Thomas last November 1, just before the Supreme Court heard arguments on Texas’ abortion ban. Roberts […]