Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
Americans love to sue each other. We sue over just about anything and everything.
But did you know you can sue for alienation of affection? How about loss of consortium? (Hint: they both relate to sex.)
Don't worry if you don't know about these legal causes of actions. Most people probably can't define legal consortium either.
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