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5 Women Who Broke Legal Ground

The legal field was dominated by men until well into the 20th century. In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re taking the opportunity to dive into HeinOnline and spotlight five women who broke down barriers and became trailblazers for women in law.

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The 12 Bizarre Laws of Christmas

The holiday season is chockful of some strange laws, so if you don’t want to be spending your gift money on fines or your cookie-baking time in jail, you might want to pay attention to the following rules that govern the holiday season.

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The History of Minimum Wage in the United States

Millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet, working multiple jobs to make up for the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept up with the rate of inflation. However, it hasn’t always been difficult to live off of a minimum wage job.

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The End of Title 42: What it Means for Immigration

In recent weeks, news about Title 42 being brought to an end has been on virtually every media platform. But what is Title 42, why did it end, and what does it mean for migrants seeking asylum in the United States moving forward?

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The Pentagon Leak

Classified documents from the Pentagon began circulating on the social media platform Discord in March. These documents discussed everything from the war in Ukraine, to protests in Israel, to Egypt’s plans to build thousands of rockets for Russia.

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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.

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Tip of the Week: How to Find a Preamble in the Federal Register

Do you often find yourself looking for the preamble of a final rule and don’t know where to start in the Federal Register? In this blog post, we’ll explore various techniques for searching across the Federal Register to find a preamble.

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Secrets of the Serial Set: The First Transcontinental Railroad

It’s hard to imagine the days when traveling across the country didn’t take hours, or days, but rather months. Horses and boats are not the most efficient means of travel, but they are all Americans had—until the railroads.

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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?

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