NEWS A violation of US law July 19, 2022July 19, 2022 Joseph Henry 0 Comments Numerous state-level measures that would restrict the rights of LGBTI persons have been presented. The discriminatory actions of the last government were overturned by the Biden administration. Anti-LGBTI legislation have been passed by several states, with Arkansas among those that forbid transgender adolescents from receiving gender-affirming medical care [1-3].The Biden administration has repealed the Global Gag Rule, which limited US aid to foreign organizations that provide guidance, referrals, or services for legal abortion. A Texas law that criminalizes abortion up to six weeks into a pregnancy—before the majority of women are even aware they are expecting—and privatizes prosecution of abortion facilities has been approved [4-6].Nearly 1.5 million migrants and refugees were turned away by border control officials at the US-Mexico border without cause and in violation of the law. Returnees were unceremoniously removed without being given access to individual risk assessments, legal defenses, or asylum procedures. In violation of international law, the US military continues to hold 29 captives indefinitely and illegally [7-9].Border control agents at the US-Mexico border turned away about 1.5 million migrants and refugees without justification and in violation of the law. Without access to individualized risk assessments, legal defenses, or asylum processes, returnees were forcibly removed. The US military has been unlawfully holding 29 hostages for an extended period of time [10-12].In 2021, there were at least 1,055 documented deaths attributed to police use of force, a little rise from the year before. A plan by the federal government to keep tabs on these fatalities every year was never implemented. There are no rules restricting the use of deadly force by police enforcement in any state. [13, 14].The federal government executed three people in January, prolonging the 17-year ban on executions that was lifted in 2020. After a hiatus in 2020 brought on by the continuing Covid-19 outbreak and legal disputes about the execution procedures, state executions resumed in 2021. Virginia became the 23rd US state to do away with the death penalty in March [15-17].The US Congress was unable to pass any laws limiting access to firearms in 2021. The inability to protect people from persistent gun violence resulted in human rights violations. There would have been 44,000 gun-related fatalities in 2020, according to projections. Some state government officials boosted gun violence by designating gun stores as “essential industries” [18, 19]. People have been hurt or had their rights to life infringed in attacks inside and outside of active armed combat zones, some of which constitute war crimes. [20-22]The US government continued to permit oil drilling on federal land while not completely reversing all discriminatory practices regarding climate change and environmental destruction. The Biden administration sought to prolong the law’s ban on evictions amid the current homelessness crisis, but the US Supreme Court rejected their request. In April, the government lifted its sanctions against ICC officials, but it continues to oppose the organization’s right to look into suspected US war crimes in Afghanistan, Iraq, or elsewhere [23, 24].Generally, the LGBTI community was subjected to discriminatory restrictions that were rescinded by the Biden administration. In 2021, there were at least 1,055 verified deaths attributed to police use of force, which is somewhat more than in previous years. There are no international standards-compliant legislation restricting the use of fatal force by police enforcement in any state. 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