On Monday, lawmakers in California passed one of the toughest mandatory vaccination requirements in the country, which would end exemptions from state immunizations laws based on religious or personal beliefs, by a vote of 24-14. Mississippi and West Virginia are the only other states with such strict requirements.

The Supreme Court decision in Texas Housing v. Inclusive Communities protects people from "unconscious" racism.

In the wake of the Obergefell v. Hodges decision, American governors are talking about complying with it in the name of “rule of law.” But we shouldn't delude ourselves. As Chief Justice John Roberts said, Obergefell had nothing to do with the rule of law at all.

Now that Congress has passed Trade Promotion Authority/Fast Track, the Council on Foreign Relations is taking the lead in calling for China to be included in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a statement on June 28 offering guidance to Texas public officials who seek to reconcile adhering to their religious beliefs with upholding the law following the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, mandating recognition of same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

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