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"A Descent Into Constitutional Madness': Legal Defense of Trump's Ukraine Quid Pro Quo Draws Ire"

January 31, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Canada's CBC News on how Alan Dershowitz's defense argument protects too much potential presidential misconduct.

"The Dubious Impeachment Proclamations Of Alan Dershowitz: Jonathan Turley"

January 30, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for USA Today on retired Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz's legal argument on the Senate floor.

"Democratic AGs Sue To Force US To Adopt ERA In Constitution"

January 30, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Associated Press on the difficulty of ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment.

"Trump Administration Unveils a Major Shift In Medicaid"

January 30, 2020

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by The New York Times on Trump's political ramifications for allowing states to cap Medicaid spending.

"The 2020 Election, Taxes, and Furthering Socioeconomic Justice with Jeremy Bearer-Friend"

January 30, 2020
Jeremy Bearer-Friend appeared on The CAP⋅impact Podcast to discuss the potential impact of tax policy proposals put forth by Democratic candidates.

"John Roberts Faces Test Of History With Minimal History To Guide Him"

January 29, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the lack of precedent for Chief Justice John Roberts' role in the Senate impeachment trial.

"Impeachment Latest: Examining White House Opening Arguments and Bolton's Ukraine Claims"

January 28, 2020
Jonathan Turley appeared on WBUR-FM's "On Point" to discuss President Trump's defense in the Senate impeachment trial.

"Medicaid Block Grant Policy Could Face High Legal Hurdles"

January 28, 2020
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by Bloomberg Law on a new policy that would let the federal government give states a set amount to spend on Medicaid.

"Supreme Court Allows Trump’s Wealth Test for Green Cards"

January 27, 2020

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by The New York Times on how a SCOTUS ruling has had a significant impact on Medicaid enrollment for immigrants.

"Concerns Over 24/7 Government Location Surveillance Are Leaving Some People Out"

January 27, 2020
Kate Weisburd writes for the National Law Journal on the lack of outrage over the monitoring of individuals in the criminal and immigration systems.

"Viewpoint: Suspend the Trump Organization From Doing Business With Government"

January 27, 2020

Steven L. Schooner co-writes for Government Executive on how the US government should suspend using Trump businesses for contract work.

"The Revelations About Bolton’s Book May Not Be So Devastating For Trump"

January 27, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Washington Post on how the Bolton leak doesn't answer key questions for the impeachment case.

"Trump Wanted Aid To Ukraine Frozen Until It Helped On Probes Of Political Rivals: New York Times"

January 26, 2020
Jonathan Turley is quoted by Reuters on how reports of Bolton's unpublished manuscript are damaging to the Republican case.

"Why Women Lose Custody"

January 26, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes on Joan S. Meier's new study on gender bias in custody cases.

"Three Years Later, Trump Travel Ban Heads Back To Court"

January 26, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Associated Press on how a SCOTUS ruling on Trump's travel ban limits new lawsuits.

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