Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Washington Post regarding the increase in uninsured populations.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Washington Examiner on how Brett Kavanaugh positioned himself at the outer limits of executive power.
Joan S. Meier is quoted in Trustify on how to deal with difficult clients.
Jeffrey S. Gutman is mentioned in The Washington Post about a report regarding compensation for the wrongly convicted.
Emily Hammond is quoted in Inside EPA about a House permitting an infrastructure bill that would tamper with environmental reviews.
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Kaiser Health News about the Trump administration's limits of its powers under the ACA.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill on how Supreme Court nomination hearings are primarily about the senators rather than the judges.
David Fontana is quoted in The Sydney Morning Herald about Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to lifetime tenure on the court.
Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted in the American Banker regarding the fight to bring back the Glass-Steagall Act.
"Brett Kavanaugh's Contentious Confirmation Proceedings Show a Process 'Damaged Perhaps Beyond Repair,' Experts Say"
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Newsweek on how the hearing represents a "national distemper that has overtaken our politics."
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Washington Examiner on whether Judge Kavanaugh can be charged for a federal crime.
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted in The Christian Post on whether Donald Trump is using evangelical leaders to collect information.
Jeffrey Rosen speaks to NPR about Brett Kavanaugh's record on questions of executive power, and cases which might come before him.