USJF publishes studies and reports on topical issues and distributes them free of charge to opinion leaders, students and the general public. These reports include in-depth investigations into recent proposed legislation to give statehood to Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico; concerted attempts to pack the Supreme Court; and the abysmal record of the Biden Administration’s first year in office.
USJF has contributed directly and indirectly to support legal efforts in many celebrated cases involving fundamental conservative principles. USJF has filed briefs in Federal Appellate Courts and many on the winning side in several recent U.S. Supreme Court cases including support of the terrorist travel ban (Hawaii vs. Trump), state’s rights in limiting the effects of illegal immigration (Brewer vs. Arizona Dream Act Coalition), First Amendment religious rights of private businesses (Masterpiece Cake vs. Colorado Civil Rights Commission), protection of Fourth Amendment rights in limiting warrantless searches of cell phone data (Carpenter vs. United States) just to name a few.
USJF is currently supporting litigation directly in court against the City of San Francisco over their recent decision to allow illegal aliens to vote in school district elections, and against the Biden Administration’s State Department for not disclosing documents detailing Hunter Biden’s meetings with State Department officials while Biden was Vice-President. USJF is also currently conducting investigations into election integrity violations in recent elections.
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