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_____ (2022-07-09). As Anti-BDS Bills Become The Norm, ACLU Takes Fight To The Supreme Court. popularresistance.org Little Rock, Arkansas – In June, a federal appeals court upheld an Arkansas law barring state contractors from boycotting Israel, sparking concerns over First Amendment rights in the United States. | The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a decision made last year by a panel of three judges who found that mandating a pledge to not boycott Israel is unconstitutional. | However, the recent court ruling determined boycotts are not expressive conduct and instead related to commercial activity and therefore the state can regulate such actions.
Editor (2022-07-09). As anti-BDS bills become the norm, ACLU takes free speech fight to the Supreme Court. mronline.org In June, a federal appeals court upheld an Arkansas law barring state contractors from boycotting Israel, sparking concerns over First Amendment rights in the United States.
JANET (2022-07-08). Reproductive justice and the U.S. carceral system. iacenter.org By Marie Kelly July 8, 2022 The Supreme Court ruling against reproductive rights guaranteed for 50 years in the SCOTUS Roe v. Wade decision has had dramatic and devastating consequences for anyone who can get pregnant but is trapped in the U.S. carceral system. Number of incarcerated women accelerating Ban the shackling of incarcerated pregnant people! Illustration by Molly Crabapple According to the Prison Policy Initiative, the incarceration rate of women in the U.S. has grown at twice the pace of men over the past 40 years. There has been a startling 475% increase in women incarcerated. The majority of women (…
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