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“Relying on 19th century laws — how is that taking into account gender inequality that was pervasive at that time?” says SLS's @MeylerBernie on SCOTUS turning to history books when redefining rights via @sfchronicle.

SLS's @yunpovi talks to @cronkitenews on the SCOTUS ruling allowing states to prosecute non-Natives for crimes against Native people on tribal lands stating, "The right and power of tribes to rule themselves is being dismissed in favor of state power."

Congressional hearings into the January 6, 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol continued on July 28, with new testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House Aide. In a Q&A for Legal Aggregate, Stanford Law School criminal law expert Robert Weisberg, discusses possible charges against ...former president Donald Trump.

“As a citizen of a tribal nation, I feel violated. After fighting for our own independence... it’s just an erosion of our ability to be the governments that we are," says SLS's @yunpovi on the court’s ruling in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta via @NBCNews: