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Court Denies Preliminary Relief and Class Status in D.C. Jail Trans Housing Case But Allows Case to Continue

The United States District Court for the District of Columbia denied a preliminary injunction and class certification in Hinton v. District of Columbia, a case brought on behalf of Sunday Hinton, a trans woman who was housed in the men’s unit of the D.C. Jail for more than two weeks.

September 30, 2021 LGBT Rights Criminal Justice Reform Equal Protection/Discrimination Women's Rights/Gender Equity

Immigrants' Rights Advocates Head Back to Court Over Title IX Expulsions

Groups that sued the Trump administration over Title 42 expulsions of asylum seekers are heading back to court after hitting an impasse in negotiations with the Biden administration to end the policy. They are seeking an immediate halt to the policy, which restricts immigration at the border.

August 2, 2021