In the end, it’s the cities and states that will pick and win the important fights against the exclusionary policies represented by this administration.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey's Office will be one of two inaugural participants in Public Rights Project's newly launched Fellowship program.
Magistrate Judge Nanette Raduenz has granted several motions to allow attorneys from outside the state to be heard in the case, which includes attorneys from the Georgetown Law Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection and the Oakland-based Public Rights Project, organizations that recently filed motions defending Gary's ordinance.
Public Rights Project President & Founder Jill Habig is a recipient of the 2018 Open Society Foundations’ Leadership in Government Fellowship, an initiative supporting seasoned public servants chosen from the senior ranks of federal, state and local government who have advanced economic and social justice.
Facing lawsuit by Citizens United architect Jim Bopp, city engages Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection and the Public Rights Project to fight back