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Ackerman v. United States amicus brief

November 2, 2017

Ackerman amicus brief Download

IRAP v. Trump amicus brief

November 2, 2017

Attached is our amicus brief in IRAP v. Trump, filed in the Fourth Circuit. IRAP v Trump Amicus brief March 31 2017

Peruta v. California amicus brief

November 2, 2017

Attached please find the final version of the Peruta v. California amicus brief, as filed in the U.S. Supreme Court.   Download Here.

Tidal Wave of Support for Colorado Baker Hits Supreme Court

September 11, 2017
Tidal Wave of Support for Colorado Baker Hits Supreme Court

The list of defenders of Colorado baker Jack Phillips in his case against Colorado’s order that he promote same-sex marriage in violation of his faith reads like a who’s who of America’s leaders.  First, the Department of Justice has come down on Phillips’ side in his dispute with the state over his decision to not create a wedding […]

Court gets refresher course in who actually writes laws

August 4, 2017

It’s Congress that writes the laws; the courts only interpret them. So suggests a brief in a court fight that is quickly heating up over whether a 1960s law, Title VII, protects employees from gender-orientation discrimination. “Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch explained in his very first Supreme Court opinion, ‘If a statute needs repair, there’s […]

Kenosha v. Whitaker amicus brief

July 31, 2017

    Kenosha amicus brief download, as filed in the U.S. Supreme Courtsdfsdf  

Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission amicus brief

July 29, 2017

Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado brief download, as filed this afternoon in the U.S. Supreme Court

Trump v IRAP amicus brief

June 13, 2017

Here is a copy of our amicus brief for Trump v. International Refugee Assistance Project, as filed in the Supreme Court. Brief download

Stunner! Constitution lets states tackle immigration

June 8, 2017

A report analyzing America’s legislative gridlock on immigration under the Obama administration shows that the states originally controlled foreign nationals’ access to their territory, a policy that worked well for the nation in its first century. It was when Washington stuck its fingers into the pie that the circumstances leading to today’s gridlock developed. The […]

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Harris amicus

June 6, 2017

Here is a copy of our amicus brief for EEOC v. Harris, as filed in the Sixth Circuit.  Brief Download

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