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"Court Ruling Makes Apple Vulnerable to More Lawsuits"

September 14, 2021

William E. Kovacic is quoted by The Hill following Epic Games' antitrust lawsuit against Apple.

"Fact Check: False Claim that Income Tax Was Intended to Be Temporary in 1913"

September 14, 2021
Karen B. Brown is quoted in USA Today correcting a claim that the federal income tax was not supposed to be permanent.

"Texas Abortion Ban: Here’s Where The Lawsuits Against It Currently Stand As Court Blocks Challenges Against Planned Parenthood"

September 13, 2021

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Forbes about the uncertain future of the Texas abortion ban after certain legal challenges.

"Federal Judge Sides with Gay Teacher Suing Catholic School Over Firing"

September 13, 2021

Robert W. Tuttle is quoted in the Washington Times after a substitute teacher successfully sued a North Carolina Catholic school that fired him for being married to another man.

"'Lawless Behavior': Legal Experts Say the Supreme Court Acted Out of 'Political Motivations' in Upholding Texas' Abortion Ban"

September 11, 2021

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted by Business Insider criticizing the Supreme Court majority's reasoning for upholding Texas's new abortion ban. 

"Reaffirm Who We Hope to Be, Instead of 'Reimagining' Our History"

September 11, 2021

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill criticizing the recommendations made by a National Archives anti-racism task force.

"Biden's Vaccine Rules to Set Off Barrage of Legal Challenges"

September 10, 2021

Charles B. Craver is quoted by the Associated Press about the likelihood of lawsuits being filed against President Biden's vaccination orders.

"Supreme Court's Abortion Decision Shines Light on 'Shadow Docket'"

September 08, 2021
Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted by CBS News about the Supreme Court's increasing tendency to rule on high profile matters through summary decisions.

"What’s Legal, What’s Not Under the New Texas Abortion Law"

September 08, 2021

Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Washington Times breaking down new legislation banning abortion in Texas after six weeks.

"Fighting Texas Abortion Law Could Be Tough for Federal Gov’t"

September 08, 2021

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Associated Press about potential legal and policy challenges to the Texas abortion ban.

"'MyPillow Guy' Becomes a Nightmare For a Jan. 6 Rioter — And For Justice"

September 07, 2021

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill criticizing the renouncing of belief in QAnon and other far-right conspiracy theories as a condition for bail.

"America’s Toxic ‘Us vs. Them’ Politics is Now Spilling Into the Stock Market and Polarizing Investors"

September 02, 2021

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes for MarketWatch that America's hyperpolarized political environment is also bad for business.

"Congress Cares More About Washington Than Your Home Town"

September 02, 2021

David Fontana joins the NPR podcast "Think" to discuss how members of Congress are increasingly detached from the communities they represent.

"McCarthy Warns Telecom Firms GOP ‘Will Not Forget’ If They Hand Over Records Of Alleged Jan. 6 Collaborators"

August 31, 2021

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Forbes warning Democrats not to investigate the phone records of Republicans suspected of aiding the January 6th Capitol riot.

"Some Medical Clinics Are Hiring Lawyers To Improve Patients' Health"

August 31, 2021

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by NPR about some health clinics using Medicaid funds to pay for legal assistance to patients.

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