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    The White House said in a press statement on Friday that President Joe Biden signed a directive to set a new, increased refugee cap next month. The President came under criticism last week when he announced that the former President Trump’s cap would remain in effect. According to White House Secretary Jen Psaki, Biden continues […]
  • Florida legislature passes anti-riot bill backed by Governor DeSantis
    The Florida Senate passed House Bill 1 on Thursday, a bill which “combat[s] public disorder” by requiring that municipalities allow law enforcement “to respond appropriately to protect persons and property during a riot or an unlawful assembly” and imposes civil liability for any damages incurred during the riot if a municipality breaches this duty. The […]
  • Lawmakers introduce bill to remove MLB’s antitrust exemption
    Five Republican senators introduced a bill on Wednesday to remove Major League Baseball’s (MLB) antitrust exemption after the MLB moved the All-Star game out of Georgia to protest Georgia’s new voting restrictions. In 1922, the MLB received an exemption from the Sherman Antitrust Act when the Supreme Court ruled that professional baseball is not interstate […]
  • Major companies publish ad opposing restrictive voting laws throughout the US
    Over 100 major corporations, including Starbucks, Apple, and Facebook, joined a full page ad in the New York Times affirming their support for democracy and accessible voting. The statement reads: As Americans, we know that in our democracy we should not expect to agree on everything. However, regardless of our political affiliations, we believe the […]
  • House panel approves bill to study reparations for Black citizens
    The US House Judiciary Committee voted on Wednesday to advance legislation that would create a commission to develop a plan for distributing reparations to descendants of people who were enslaved as well as victims of the systemic racism that is still engrained in the US government and society today. The legislation, known as HB 40, […]

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  • Hong Kong tycoon sentenced for unauthorized assembly during 2019 protests
    On Friday, media tycoon Jimmy Lai and two other pro-democracy activists received sentences for unauthorized assembly relating to 2019 protests in Hong Kong. Lai was found guilty in two separate trials for unauthorized assembly. He will serve 14 months in prison for his involvement in the pro-democracy protests. On April 1, 2021, a Hong Kong […]
  • Spain parliament approves proposals to protect victims of child abuse
    The Spanish Parliament passed a bill on Thursday which seeks to protect child victims of sexual abuse. The bill was approved by a landslide 268 votes in favour and 57 against, whilst 16 elected to abstain. “El Proyecto de Ley Orgánica de protección integral a la infancia y la adolescencia frente a la violencia,” more […]
  • Mexico senate votes to extend high court president’s term
    Mexico’s Senate voted Thursday to pass several measures that seek to combat nepotism and corruption by restructuring the country’s Supreme Court. One notable measure will extend the current Supreme Court President’s term from four to six years. Arturo Zaldívar Lelo de Larrea was elected Supreme Court President and took office on January 2, 2019, with […]
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    The Constitutional Court of Moldova handed the country’s President Maia Sandu a victory on Thursday when it ruled she can dissolve the country’s parliament. President Sandu has been at odds with the parliament since winning a landslide election against the previous president, pro-Russia incumbent Igor Dodon. The parliament is dominated by Dodon’s Socialist Party and […]
  • Bipartisan group of senators reintroduce bill blocking presidential NATO withdrawal
    A bipartisan group of US senators reintroduced a bill Thursday that would prevent a president from unilaterally deciding to leave the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), or for using any public funds to do so, without the approval of Congress. The legislation reintroduces a 2018 bill that failed to progress out of committee. This resolution […]

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