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Border Wall

Arizona to remove shipping container wall from Mexico border – Associated Press

Arizona will take down a makeshift wall made of shipping containers at the Mexico border, settling a lawsuit and political tussle with the U.S. government over trespassing on federal lands. The Biden administration and the Republican governor entered into an agreement that Arizona will cease installing the containers in the Coronado National Forest — the

Legal Beat

US agencies temporarily barred from enforcing LGBTQ guidance – Associated Press

A judge in Tennessee has temporarily barred two federal agencies from enforcing directives issued by President Joe Biden’s administration that extended protections for LGBTQ people in schools and workplaces. U.S. District Judge Charles Atchley Jr. in an order on Friday ruled for the 20 state attorneys general who sued last August claiming the Biden administration

Voting Requirements

Feds sue over new Arizona citizenship proof law for voting – Associated Press

The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday sued Arizona over a new law requiring people who use a federal form to register to vote to provide additional proof of citizenship if they want to vote for president or using the state’s popular vote-by-mail system. The law signed by Republican Gov. Doug Ducey on March 30

Technology

Apple’s app store goes on trial in threat to ‘walled garden’

On Monday, Apple faces one of its most serious legal threats in recent years: A trial that threatens to upend its iron control over its app store, which brings in billions of dollars each year while feeding more than 1.6 billion iPhones, iPads, and other devices. The federal court case is being brought by Epic

Immigration

US ends deal with Arizona restricting Biden on immigration

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has terminated an unusual agreement that Arizona’s top prosecutor signed with the agency in the waning days of the Trump administration to try to restrict President Joe Biden’s ability to overhaul his predecessor’s immigration policies. The agency’s action was revealed Wednesday as Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, a Republican,

Politics

Election integrity group releases 1,400-page super-appendix demonstrating extensive lawlessness in swing states during the 2020 general election

Group wants record publicly available to ensure lawful elections under Constitution. The Amistad Project of the non-partisan Thomas More Society, an election integrity watchdog group, announced today that it is releasing a massive, 1,400-page super-appendix detailing extensive evidence of lawlessness allowing ballot and voter fraud affecting the election results in five key swing states. “Our