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The Supreme Court on Tuesday will squarely face the question of where the Insular Cases stand as they consider whether the Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico violates the Appoint...

November 26, 2018

The immediate result is that you can't use its charitable

donation tools. Equally American is calling them out

Way to go, Mark Zuckerberg! As if Facebook doesn't have enough problems, your team is diss...

Supreme Court won't review Segovia case; feds deny discrimination against citizens in Guam, CNMI, Puerto Rico, VI before human rights commission.

The U.S. Supreme Court has denied review in Segovia v....

U.S. Supreme Court likely to weigh in on disenfranchisement of territories

As usual on controversial American national issues, the citizens of U.S. territories had absolutely no say in the confirmation...

American Samoans in Utah file suit, citing 14th amendment

Neil Weare

It's the 150th Anniversary of the Fourteenth Amendment, which constitutionalized America’s common-law guarantee of birthright citizen...

Suit focuses on American Samoa

Pale and Rosavita Tuli

Does Congress have the power to defy the Fourteenth Amendment’s guarantee that all persons born on U.S. soil and subject to U.S. jurisdiction are ci...

Rights organization files friend of court brief with OAS Inter-American Human Rights Commission on six month Anniversary of Hurricane Maria

Neil Weare, President, Equally American

Nearly 4 million citiz...

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