Executive Order on Religious Freedom: What It Does (and Doesn’t Do)

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Executive Order on Religious Freedom: What It Does (and Doesn’t Do)

President Donald Trump’s most recent executive order is probably most noteworthy for what it doesn’t do, so we’ll start there. In February, The Wall Street Journal and other news outlets reported that a draft executive order on religious freedom, sweeping in scope, was circulating in the administration. It would have forced the federal government to “accommodate” […]
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Don’t Block Twitter Followers, First Amendment Activists Tell Trump

Is there a constitutional right to follow President Donald Trump on Twitter? It’s a question that no one thought to pose until recently.
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A Rooney Rule for Law Firms? Project Aims to Promote More Women

When the National Football League realized it had a diversity problem, it implemented the Rooney Rule, which requires teams to consider a minority candidate when hiring top coaching positions.

Now, 30 law firms are trying to bring that concept to the legal profession, another industry largely lacking in diversity.
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