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GRAY & CARSON: Early COVID-19 Treatments Should Not be Ignored, Washington Examiner, October 26, 2021

Amb. C. Boyden Gray and Dr. Ben Carson published an editorial in The Washington Examiner on August 26, 2021, urging public health officials to follow the science and stop suppressing the discussion of early COVID-19 treatment options for all patients. They write, The bulwark of opposition to repurposed drugs from public health officials, tech companies, academics, and the media has…

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Ethics and Public Policy Center and Boyden Gray & Associates Demand HHS Hold New Hampshire Accountable for Unlawful Racial Set-Asides in COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution.

On September 28, 2021, the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) and Boyden Gray & Associates filed a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on behalf of a New Hampshire resident whom the state prohibited from receiving a COVID-19 vaccine solely because of his race. Earlier this year, New…

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Boyden Gray & Associates Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Sixth Amendment Rights

Boyden Gray & Associates filed an amicus brief today in the Supreme Court on behalf of the D.C. Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in favor of the petitioner in Orlando Carter v. District of Columbia, No. 21-340. The brief urges the Court to grant certiorari and hold that the First Amendment protects religious nonprofits’ right to hire those who share…

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BG&A Files Comments on Behalf of Consumers’ Research Opposing FCC’s Universal Service Fund

Boyden Gray & Associates filed a comment yesterday on behalf of Consumers’ Research opposing the FCC’s Universal Service Fund (USF). The comment argues that the Universal Service Fund is an unconstitutional tax raised and spent by an unaccountable federal agency. What’s more, this unaccountable federal agency–the FCC– has delegated  all authority over this revenue-raising scheme to a private company registered…

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Boyden Gray & Associates Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Religious Freedom

Boyden Gray & Associates filed an amicus brief yesterday in the Supreme Court on behalf of Samaritan’s Purse in favor of the petitioner in Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission v. Matthew S. Woods, No. 21-144. The brief urges the Court to grant certiorari and hold that the First Amendment protects religious nonprofits’ right to hire those who share their faith. The…

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GRAY: When it comes to climate the SEC should quit pretending to be the EPA, The Washington Post, August 15, 2021

C. Boyden Gray published an editorial in The Washington Post on August 15, 2021, arguing that President Biden should not misuse the SEC to regulate climate matters. He writes, The SEC’s congressional mandates do not include regulating the climate. The Biden administration is taking an explicit “whole of government” approach to climate, yet Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once observed, in...
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Boyden Gray & Associates Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Mississippi’s Abortion Restrictions

Boyden Gray & Associates filed an amicus brief today in the Supreme Court on behalf of Reason for Life in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, No. 19-1392, which will consider whether “[w]hether all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions are unconstitutional.” The brief is available here. As we argue in the brief, the analysis in previous cases like Roe v….

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BG&A Files Comments on Behalf of Urban Air Initiative and Consumers’ Research Opposing Reinstatement of California Vehicle Emission Regulations Waiver

Boyden Gray & Associates filed a comment yesterday on behalf of Urban Air Initiative and Consumers’ Research opposing the EPA’s proposed reinstatement of a waiver for California vehicle emission standards. The comment argues that the reinstatement of the waiver would be improper because California’s greenhouse gas emissions standards have been amended since the initial waiver was granted without EPA approval….

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BERRY: The First Week of the Biden Administration

Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry published a retrospective on the first week of President Biden’s new administration in First Things on Friday, January 29, 2021. The piece analyzes what week-one executive actions might signal about the administration’s tendencies, especially regarding the Democratic Party’s sometimes conflicting priorities and future regulatory actions. For example, Berry explains: Biden’s team has ordered…

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