New Jersey and other states are supporting the effort of a Navy veteran from Colorado to challenge the binary gender designations on passport applications. The case could affect how the federal government refers to non-binary individuals.
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States Challenge Trump Administration Over Binary Gender Designations on Passports
Posted in: Civil Rights, Discrimination, US Courts
New Jersey Bans Cashless Stores and Restaurants
New Jersey has become just the second state in the U.S. to prohibit retail stores and restaurants from refusing to accept cash. The law targets stores that accept payments only by credit cards or through an app.
Posted in: Business and Corporate Law, Consumer Law, Privacy
Tagged: consumer law, consumer protection, New Jersey, privacy
Third Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds New Jersey Gun Control Law
The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has struck down a challenge to a New Jersey law which limits the amount of ammunition, to no more than 10 rounds, that may be held in a single magazine of a firearm. The law was enacted in response to the rise of…
Posted in: Constitutional Law
Tagged: gun control, high capacity magazines, New Jersey