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Judicial Watch, Allied Educational Foundation File Amici Brief with U.S. Supreme Court Criticizing Texas’ Redistricting Rules that Dilute the Value of Citizens’ Votes

…districts, with the Texas redistricting giving “some of its citizens approximately 1.8 votes while [leaving] others [with] only 1 vote.” The friend of court brief was filed on March 6, 2015. According to the amici curiae brief filed by Judicial Watch and AEF in support of Evenwel: Texas is devaluing the votes of certain of its citizens by improperly including noncitizen nonvoters when determining the “equal population” of legislative districts….

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JW, Allied Educational Foundation File Supreme Court Amicus Curiae Brief in Support of California Proposition 8

Ninth Circuit Ruling Constitutes “an unlawful expansion of power by the federal judiciary; a drastic revision of the concept of ‘rational basis’ in Equal Protection analysis; and a dangerous erosion of democratic self-governance.” (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amicus curiae brief with the United States Supreme Court in support of California’s Proposition 8,…

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Judicial Watch Goes to Court On Clinton Testimony

…of a lower court ruling that the 2013 North Carolina election-integrity law, which includes, among other provisions, a requirement that voters show a photo identification card before casting a ballot, is valid. (The Allied Educational Foundation is a charitable and educational foundation dedicated to improving quality of life through education. AEF has frequently partnered with Judicial Watch to fight government and judicial corruption and to promote a return to ethics…

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Hillary Clinton’s Email Gap

…the University of Texas at Austin (UT) based upon race and ethnicity preferences. The September 10 Judicial Watch and AEF brief supports the claim of Abigail Noel Fisher, arguing that the raced-based admissions policies at issue here are irrational, destructive and are based upon illegitimate racial theories that have no basis in biology. The new amici brief states: The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit…

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JW Beats IRS in Court

…and that the president has “no intention of solving this problem.” This, of course, raises the question: Why would the president intentionally allow the border crisis to spiral out of control even while admitting the situation has reached a crisis level? Read on. Judicial Watch, AEF File Brief Supporting Arizona, Kansas Efforts to Stop Voter Fraud Of course one of the many negative down-stream consequences of illegal aliens flooding across…

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Weekly Update: Shocking Clinton News

…effects from these studies ranged from a 3.8 percentage point decrease in turnout to a 3.1 percentage point increase. [Emphasis added] Judicial Watch and AEF concluded in our amici: It is, then, a serious, open question as to whether the elimination of early voting will lead to lower voter turnout. Because the plaintiffs have failed to present persuasive evidence establishing the likely effect of early voting on voter turnout, they…

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court Decision Approving Race-Based Admission Policies

…a number of projects which include, but are not limited to, educational and health conferences domestically and abroad. AEF has frequently partnered with Judicial Watch to fight government and judicial corruption, and to promote a return to ethics and morality in the nation’s public life. (Judicial Watch and AEF filed three other amici briefs in the Fisher civil rights litigation. Prior briefs are available here, here, and here.) ###…

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Judicial Watch, Allied Educational Foundation File Brief Supporting Election Integrity in Ohio Court Fight

…a 3.1 percentage point increase. [Emphasis added] Judicial Watch and AEF conclude that: It is, then, a serious, open question as to whether the elimination of early voting will lead to lower voter turnout. Because the plaintiffs have failed to present persuasive evidence establishing the likely effect of early voting on voter turnout, they have not met their burden of establishing their claims by a preponderance of the evidence. Amici…

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Exclusive Clinton Email News

…filed a lawsuit arguing that the law violated the “one person, one vote” clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. On November 5, 2014, a special panel of three federal court judges dismissed the suit, and on December 4, 2014, Evenwel and Pfenninger filed their notice of appeal to the Supreme Court. This isn’t our first go on this issue. On March 6, 2015, Judicial Watch and AEF filed an amici brief…

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Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Amicus Brief with Supreme Court in Support of Texas Disparate Impact Appeal

…controversial pre-hearing settlements enabled by the Obama administration. In their amicus, Judicial Watch and AEF argue that the FHA practice violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment and could, therefore, have a “corrosive effect” on the nation: Amici are concerned that the imposition of liability under the FHA for practices that are both facially neutral and unmotivated by discriminatory intent violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth…

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Jaw-dropping IRS News

…our amicus brief supporting Fisher’s petition for an en banc hearing, Judicial Watch and AEF contend that the UT admission policy violates the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. If the Fifth Circuit Court decision is allowed to stand, the Judicial Watch/AEF brief argues, it could “prolong the misconception that a person’s ‘race’ is useful distinction for judging who a person is and what they are entitled to.” Arguing…

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Clinton Foundation Firestorm

…studies found no statistically significant effect, another 8 studies found that the policy decreased turnout, and 5 studies reported mixed evidence. Reported effects from these studies ranged from a 3.8 percentage point decrease in turnout to a 3.1 percentage point increase. [Emphasis added] Judicial Watch and AEF conclude that: It is, then, a serious, open question as to whether the elimination of early voting will lead to lower voter turnout….

Allied Educational Foundation (AEF)

Allied Educational Foundation (AEF)

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