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"No, the Police Can't Pull Over Drivers to Give them Gifts"

August 02, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about the constitutionality of police officers pulling over drivers and giving them gifts. 

"10 Things You Might Have Thought Were in the Constitution"

August 01, 2016
Jonathan Turley is quoted by Time about the concept of judicial review.

"Pinging a Cellphone Is Justified by Exigent Circumstances, Court Holds"

August 01, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about the 2nd Circuit ruling on the Fourth Amendment and pinging cell phones.

"'Is SCOTUS a Good Reason to Support Trump?'"

August 01, 2016
Orin S. Kerr writes in the Washington Post about Supreme Court appointments and the presidential candidates. 

"Mr. Trump Should Take Constitutional Law 101"

August 01, 2016

Alan B. Morrison writes about Donald Trump and the Constitution in the National Law Journal.

"Will Trump Bring His Business Ethics to the White House?"

July 30, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the business practices of Donald Trump.

"What a Roadside Trading Post in Alaska Taught Me About Politics"

July 29, 2016

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about authenticity in politics.

"Analyzing Hillary Clinton's Speech, the DNC, and the Election with Nicholas Wapshott"

July 29, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan is interviewed on "The Leslie Marshall Show" about the Democratic National Convention.

"Scholar on the Stage"

July 27, 2016

Daniel Solove is mentioned by Inside Higher Ed for his portrayal in the play "Privacy."

"Serial Contract Breacher Trump Invokes the Law"

July 27, 2016
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about Donald Trump's campaign. 

"Donald Trump Jr. Says Unemployment Rates are Manipulated for Political Purposes"

July 25, 2016

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted by PolitiFact about Donald Trump Jr.'s claims that the government is manipulating unemployment statistics.

"Should We Allow Nonprofits to Endorse Candidates?"

July 22, 2016

Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by Mother Jones about a U.S. tax code rule preventing tax-exempt organizations from endorsing political candidates.

"Want to Make America Safe? Here Are 5 Ways to Do That."

July 21, 2016

Spencer Overton writes advice for law enforcement in The Nation.

"Judge Garland’s Nomination, Day 126"

July 20, 2016

Jeffrey Rosen writes in The New York Times about the Supreme Court nominations of Louis D. Brandeis and Merrick Garland.

"These Drugs Could Cut American Health Costs by $250 Billion (If Only We Could Take Them)"

July 20, 2016

Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted by MarketWatch about patent litigation related to biosimilar drugs.