Civil and political rights
The federal decision in a Connecticut-based dispute, which stemmed from 2 trans student sprinters, could have national implications.
“It would be good to have a woman of color” as vice president, said civil rights icon and Georgia Rep. John Lewis.
The Georgia Democrat and civil rights icon spoke on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, where he and others faced state-sanctioned violence for peacefully marching.
“Given recent national events it is all the more important to learn from the mistakes of the past," a new bill reads.
People across the nation poured out their hearts online to support the civil rights icon.
Civil rights officials are looking into possible human experiments conducted at Glenwood Resource Center.
The court's decision in the employment discrimination case is expected by early summer 2020.
The 58-year-old Michigan resident plans to attend the arguments next month despite dialysis treatments to deal with kidney failure.
"Racial discrimination in the enforcement of the rules of any sport is inconsistent with the spirit of fair play," New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said.
Federalism is sacrosanct for conservatives, that is, unless a state wants to set stricter pollution rules or protect minorities' civil rights.