A Lone New York Sheriff Signs Up to Aid Immigration Crackdown House GOP to Push Farm Bill Linking Food Stamps to Job Training GAO: VA Disability Benefits: Planning Practices Would Better Ensure Successful Appeals Reform


New Job Opening Posted Thousands Lose Right to Vote Under ‘Incompetence’ Laws When ICE Tries to Deport Americans, Who Defends Them? Swing voter Kennedy appears troubled by law requiring abortion information at anti-abortion centers CBPP: Chart Book: Economic Security and Health Insurance Programs Reduce Poverty and Provide Access to Needed Care


Argument analysis: Justices skeptical of abortion speech law Florida Supreme Court amends referral rules to include online resources CBO: Alexander Stabilization Bill Would Raise Costs for Moderate-Income Consumers, Decrease Coverage


Supreme Court will hear case on immigration bond hearings for noncitizens convicted of crimes Argument analysis: Legal questions, practical concerns at play in post-divorce life insurance case 30,000 NYS Residents Age 65+ May Lose Medicaid If They Do Not Apply to Enroll in Medicare – 2,204 in NYC Who Lost Medicaid Restored Temporarily


This week at the court Jost on Justice: Time for Court to Stop Abuse of First Amendment Students defrauded by Corinthian Colleges will only see partial loan relief CBPP: Constitutional Balanced Budget Amendment Poses Serious Risks GAO Report – Community Reinvestment Act: Options for Treasury to Consider to Encourage Services and Small-Dollar Loans When Reviewing …

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New Job Opening Posted Most Working-Age SNAP Participants Work, But Often in Unstable Jobs For Domestic Violence Survivors, Courts Can Be Another Abuse


IOLA Meeting – March 28, 2018 5th Circuit upholds Texas ban on sanctuary city policies, with an exception Argument preview: Justices take on First Amendment challenge to state abortion-disclosure laws Medicaid Alerts & Other Protocols published by the NYC HRA Medical Insurance and Community Services Administration (MICSA)


Education Dept. Wants to Block States’ Student-Loan Rules. States Are Fighting Back Website leads transgender Floridians through process of changing names and gender markers Law Library of Congress digitally releases U.S. Reports from 1791 to 2004 – more than 35,000 Supreme Court cases available in searchable format