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Judicial Watch, AEF File Amici Brief with Supreme Court Supporting Arizona, Kansas Efforts to Require Proof of Citizenship on Voter Registration Forms

‘Illegal voting at any level can change the outcome of elections.  And there is no acceptable amount of fraud.’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) to file an amici curiae brief with the United States Supreme Court in support of Arizona’s and…

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IRS Tea Party-Targeting Scandal Continues

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton informs Newsmax readers of Judicial Watch’s ongoing pursuit for justice and transparency following the IRS targeting scandal. Judicial Watch has filed suit for all records related to the targeting of groups and individuals for audit.

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Beijing Warns Clinton Not to Bash China During Campaign

The Washington Free Beacon discusses China’s attempts to prevent Hillary Clinton from casting China in a poor light during her campaign. Even if she does promise on the stump to be tough on China, however, she will have a hard time doing so, considering that she is linked to money donated from various Chinese sources, as Judicial Watch investigations have

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The IRS Assures an Atheist Group It Will Monitor Churches

Judicial Watch and Alliance Defending Freedom are suing the IRS to obtain documents regarding an agreement between the IRS and another First Amendment group in which the IRS promised to investigate churches and revisit their policies for examining tax-exempt non-profits and other religious groups.

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The Unbearable Lightness of Obama’s Anti-Terror Policies

National Review’s Deroy Murdock provides an insightful critique of President Obama’s national security policy, including in his analysis a look at Judicial Watch’s report last week about terrorists on the border with Mexico.

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Miriam Carey Shooting Provokes Lawsuit Against DOJ

It has been a year and a half since Miriam Carey was shot and killed by Capitol Police on the street near the U.S. Capitol. However, there are still very few answers about what happened that day and why, and Judicial Watch is suing the DOJ to obtain documents relating to the tragedy.

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GOP senator wants to subpoena D.C. health care exchange

It was recently discovered that Congress had used the D.C. healthcare exchange to purchase coverage with the help of subsidies reserved for small businesses. Congress employs more than 16,000 people, yet somehow managed to receive the subsidy, and Sen. David Vitter is seeking answers as to why.

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Several Arrested In Minneapolis & San Diego In Terrorism Investigation

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TOP U.S. GENERAL: ISIS MAY USE LATIN AMERICAN TRAFFICKERS TO ENTER U.S

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Judicial Watch Amicus Brief Challenges Obama’s Executive Action on Student Visas

“DHS’ broad, unauthorized regulatory-rewrite of Immigration and Naturalization Act statute in question is especially harmful because it oversteps the agency’s authority and usurps the powers reserved to Congress.” (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on April 6, 2015, it filed an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. District Court for the District


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