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Big Win in Court Against Biden Overreach 1625846400000

We took legal action after the Biden Administration used the sixth COVID-19 stimulus bill to take away states' ability to lower state taxes for four years. On behalf of 74 members of Congress, the ACLJ just helped secure a federal court victory to defeat Biden's unconstitutional overreach. Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team discuss this case and ruling. Additionally, we discuss another legal battle out of Florida the ACLJ is still fighting on appeal. A federal judge declared that government officials can no longer encourage citizens to pray amid difficult times and volunteer chaplains can no longer lead their community in prayers. All this and more today on Sekulow.


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The Beginning Of The End For Roe v Wade


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BREAKING: United States to Sanction Cuban Officials


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