December 5, 2010
Fox News

Coronavirus relief fund in Oregon meant to help Black-owned businesses exclusively

COVID-19 has proven to be an equal opportunity menace, killing people of all races and ethnicities…

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Case: Cocina Cultura LLC v. State of Oregon et al.

December 4, 2020
Wall Street Journal

Opinion: Oregon’s Segregated Covid Relief Fund Is Blatantly Unconstitutional

Maria Garcia applied for aid and was denied simply because she doesn’t ‘identify as Black’…

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Case: Cocina Cultura LLC v. State of Oregon et al.

Nov. 22, 2020
The Oregonian

Prominent Oregon Latinos condemn lawsuit that challenges state’s fund for Black Oregonians

Two-dozen prominent Oregon Latinos issued a statement Sunday condemning…

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Case: Cocina Cultura LLC v. State of Oregon et al.

Nov. 22, 2020
Portland Tribune

Latino leaders slam suit targeting Black Oregonians fund

An incoming Portland City Commissioner, three state representatives, the superintendent of Portland Public Schools and numerous other local Latino leaders have demanded…

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Case: Cocina Cultura LLC v. State of Oregon et al.

Nov. 21, 2020
The Oregonian

Revolución Coffee’s owner sues over state’s $62 million fund for Black Oregonians; judge rejects separate motion to shut down fund

The Mexican-American owner of a prominent downtown Portland coffee shop filed…

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Case: Cocina Cultura LLC v. State of Oregon et al.

May 5, 2020
Guam Daily Post

Arnold Davis wins ‘final victory and justice’ in plebiscite appeal

After nine years, Arnold “Dave” Davis has “final victory and justice,” as the U.S. Supreme Court denied Guam’s appeal…

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Case: Davis v. Guam

March 16, 2020
Washington Examiner (Op-Ed)

California public officials are being silenced by gag law

Nothing is more fundamental to representative democracy than the unfettered ability of elected officials to speak candidly with their constituents…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

March 7, 2020
Los Angeles Daily News

Why are lawmakers so afraid of letting workers know their rights?

Any gain for workers in California is often undercut by unions with a stranglehold on…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

March 7, 2020
Los Angeles Daily News (editorial)

Why are lawmakers so afraid of letting workers know their rights?

Any gain for workers in California is often undercut by unions with a stranglehold on California state government…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

March 6, 2020
The Orange County Register

Conservatives sue over state law that limits public employers’ anti-union talk

Saying their free speech rights are being trampled, seven local leaders from cities in Southern California are challenging a state law that prohibits them from…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.