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Poll: 35% Say President Should Remove Judges

A new poll has revealed the falling approval ratings of the federal judiciary system. According to the Axios-Ipsos poll on Monday, 35-percent of respondents agreed at some level that a President should be allowed to remove a federal judge if the judge makes a ruling that goes against national interests. However, the plurality of 43-percent say that the current separation of powers should remain in place.

Biden signs executive order authorizing use of Medicaid to fund out of state abortions

President Joe Biden signed a new executive order in an attempt to to circumvent the Supreme Court over their decision on Roe v. Wade. While speaking virtually in front of other top White House officials on Wednesday, the President signed the order, which authorizes the use of Medicaid funds to help pro-abortion states provide the procedure to women traveling to receive an abortion.

Same-sex marriage needs 10 GOP senators for codification

Forty-seven House Republicans joined every Democrat in backing codification of same-sex marriage, in turn, sending the bill to the Senate. Now in the upper chamber, the bill, which would repeal the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, codify interracial marriage and give legislative backing to the Supreme Court's Obergefell decision, could face an uphill battle to the 60 votes needed for passage.

Supreme Court rejects Biden admin. request to implement immigration policy

The Supreme Court declined to allow the Biden administration to enforce a policy prioritizing the apprehension and deportation of certain groups of illegal immigrants. In a five-to-four decision Thursday, the high court rejected a request by the administration to put a district court ruling blocking the policies implementation on hold.

DOJ files motion to dismiss Texas abortion lawsuit

The Department of Justice has continued to clash with Texas over a federal law requiring hospitals to provide abortions. During a Wednesday press conference, Attorney General Merrick Garland said he plans to file a motion to dismiss the state's lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services.