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The TikTok Ban: A New Era in Social Media Regulation
As 2023 unfolds, concerns persist within the Biden Administration regarding the potential for Beijing to gain access to sensitive data of American users or exploit its algorithm to disseminate propaganda via TikTok.
The Abortion Battle: What’s Happening Now
Since the repeal of Roe v. Wade, abortion has become a state issue, with state and even local governments now able to establish rules and regulations regarding whether a pregnant person can receive an abortion, and if so, under what conditions.
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Join us for a webinar on IFLP and learn about AALL’s premier product firsthand from the editors of IFLP. During this session, the editors will showcase how to navigate the index for practical use so you can take your research to the next level.
The Controversy Surrounding Laws Affecting the Transgender Community
From laws preventing mention of gender identity or sexual orientation in classrooms, to proposals to ban gender-affirming care for youth, to even prohibiting drag shows, there are laws cropping up designed to restrict trans rights across the country.
The History of Student Loan Debt in America
President Biden made cancelling student loan debt a major part of his presidential campaign, and he recently passed an executive order to cancel a significant amount of debt—but it is being fought tooth and nail in Congress and the courts.
When Kids Shoot Guns
Most people agree that guns should not be in the hands of unsupervised children. However, each year in the United States, children access firearms and accidentally—or purposefully—hurt themselves or others.
5 Little-Known Treasures in HeinOnline
We’re going to bring you some of the most bizarre hidden gems you can stumble across in your research. Let’s take a look at some of HeinOnline’s little-known treasures that our employees have found throughout the years
The Fine Print of Love: Uncovering the Not-So Unwritten Rules
Love is a many-splendored thing, but did you know that it’s also a thing of rules and regulations? Yes, love has its own set of laws, some of which are surprisingly absurd and quirky. If love is a crime, are you willing to serve the time?
All About The Respect for Marriage Act
President Biden signed the Respect for Marriage Act into law on Tuesday, December 13 in order to protect the recognition of same-sex marriage. But what exactly does the act entail, and what does it mean—and not mean—for Americans?