The Supreme Court of the United States today issued a blockbuster 6-3 decision today invalidating the 2015 so-called “Clean Power Plan” as non-delegated overreach by an executive agency into the lawmaking arena.
SLF urges federal court to strike down admissions policy that creates racial balancing
Third Circuit Court of Appeals finds employer’s joke on Twitter is, in fact, a joke.
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) launches a legal guidebook to help parents move from defense to offense in their fight against unconstitutional and illegal woke education.
Southeastern Legal Foundation filed a second amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court urging it to stop colleges from considering race in the admissions process.
Southeastern Legal Foundation, on behalf of a group of concerned parents in Webster Groves, Missouri, requested that the Missouri Attorney General open an investigation into violations of student privacy laws resulting from student surveys administered by the Webster Groves School District.
Southeastern Legal Foundation demands transparency over school boards changing their policies to silence parents
Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) sued the Missouri School Boards’ Association (MSBA) for refusing to produce communications between it and Missouri’s local school boards, the National School Boards Association (NSBA), and the National Education Association (NEA) regarding policies about public comment at school board meetings.
AEI Education publishes report by SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann on the fight to stop critical race theory
American Enterprise Institute’s Conservative Education Reform Network published a report by SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann titled, “The Critical Race Theory Fight Isn’t ‘Culture War’; It’s Constitutional War.”
Southeastern Legal Foundation today joined two dozen education, civil rights, and parent advocacy organizations in calling on the U.S. Department of Education to halt its announced overhaul of Title IX, which since 1972 has protected women’s rights in education and sports.
Southeastern Legal Foundation’s Braden Boucek participates as panelist at the Republican National Lawyers Association National Policy Conference. The panel discussed parents’ rights in the education of children.
Federal judge rules for Southeastern Legal Foundation’s clients and declares Tennessee’s law requiring a license for online auctions unconstitutional.
Southeastern Legal Foundation warns federal court that bias response teams chill student expression.