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Harmeet Dhillon and Jessica Konen announce lawsuit to defend parental rights

Harmeet Dhillon and Jessica Konen announce lawsuit to defend parental rights

Center for American Liberty CEO Harmeet Dhillon and client, Jessica Konen, join The Ingraham Angle to explain how predatory middle school educators secretly groomed Jessica’s 6th grade daughter into transgenderism—and told her daughter not to tell her mom because her mom couldn’t be “trusted.” Here Jessica’s story and how she is heroically fighting back!

Harmeet Dhillon and Jessica Konen announce lawsuit to defend parental rights
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PRESS RELEASE: Ninth Circuit Agrees To Rehear En Banc the Lawsuit That Ruled Newsom Unconstitutionally Closed Private Schools During the Pandemic

PRESS RELEASE: Ninth Circuit Agrees To Rehear En Banc the Lawsuit That Ruled Newsom Unconstitutionally Closed Private Schools During the Pandemic

PRESS RELEASE: San Francisco — The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, at the request of Governor Gavin Newsom, agreed today to vacate the court’s three judge panel that ruled earlier this year in favor of the parents represented by the Center for American Liberty’s lawsuit Brach v. Newsom (#OpenCASchools), that Newsom’s order closing private schools violated parents’ Due Process rights, and

PRESS RELEASE: Ninth Circuit Agrees To Rehear En Banc the Lawsuit That Ruled Newsom Unconstitutionally Closed Private Schools During the Pandemic
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Antifa Member Charged With Felony for 2019 Attack of Andy Ngo

Antifa Member Charged With Felony for 2019 Attack of Andy Ngo

October 29, 2021 — A member of Antifa, John Colin Hacker, has been indicted on a felony robbery charge by a grand jury in Multnomah County for allegedly violently stealing journalist Andy Ngo’s cell phone during an attack on May 7, 2019 in Portland.

Antifa Member Charged With Felony for 2019 Attack of Andy Ngo
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Ninth Circuit Rules Newsom’s COVID Closure of Private Schools Unconstitutional

Ninth Circuit Rules Newsom’s COVID Closure of Private Schools Unconstitutional

July 23, 2021—Today, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and remanded, in part, a district court ruling erroneously upholding Governor Newsom’s closure of nearly 80% of schools across California. In doing so, the Ninth Circuit held that Governor Newsom’s COVID-19 order closing private schools violated parents’ Due Process rights to determine the forum of

Ninth Circuit Rules Newsom’s COVID Closure of Private Schools Unconstitutional
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SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Home Religious Gatherings

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Home Religious Gatherings

Governor Gavin Newsom has lost again at the United States Supreme Court. Late Friday night, the Court granted injunctive relief in the case of Tandon v. Newsom. This is the fifth time in a matter of months that the Court has ruled against Governor Newsom and rejected analysis from the Ninth Circuit

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Home Religious Gatherings
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Breaking: SCOTUS Sides with The Center for American Liberty in Gish v. Newsom

Breaking: SCOTUS Sides with The Center for American Liberty in Gish v. Newsom

Washington D.C. —The Center for American Liberty (@Liberty_Ctr) in conjunction with the Dhillon Law Group, Inc. (@DhillonLaw), on behalf of churches in San Bernardino County and Riverside County represented in Gish v. Newsom, the Supreme Court of The United States ruled tonight that the denial of an injunction by both the District Court and the 9th Circuit was wrong.

Breaking: SCOTUS Sides with The Center for American Liberty in Gish v. Newsom
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