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Major Supreme Court Case Decisions in the 2022-2023 Term

There were five critical issues that were being argued in the Supreme Court during the 2022-2023 term. The Court has issued major decisions that have sparked a flurry of media attention and ignited discussions surrounding the upcoming election.

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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 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.

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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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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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Secrets of the Serial Set: The Mexican-American War

When America’s pursuit of Manifest Destiny collided with Mexican interest, all out war broke out, leading to the Mexican-American War. The conflict only lasted two years, but it would shape the future of both of these neighbor nations.

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A New Deal on Banking Reform

Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse had shades of 2008 and the Great Depression. In the first 100 days of Roosevelt’s presidency, major legislation was passed to restore confidence in banks and create today’s banking world.

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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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