Advocates for open government have a long history of battling with the state of Virginia, but they were granted a small victory recently as the state Supreme Court has agreed to release audio of their oral arguments.
The arrest of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade in New York triggered a diplomatic rift between the U.S. and India. We explore the legal foundation of diplomatic immunity and understand why it can open the door for abuse.
Advocates for decriminalization of marijuana have found some success in the District, but before any decisions are made, lawmakers are deciding what to do with those who have already been convicted of possession.
Young undocumented immigrants are allowed drivers licenses and social security numbers in the United States, but they aren’t offered in-state tuition at Virginia colleges. That may change after a group brought a lawsuit.
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