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"Ginsburg Gambled to Stay and Now She May Lose Her Legacy"

April 10, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her election gamble, and the elimination of the filibuster.

“Why is Trump Bothering to Govern?”

April 08, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the Donald Trump presidency.

“Political Polarization Killed the Filibuster”

April 08, 2017

Jeffrey Rosen writes in The Atlantic about the history of the filibuster and why the practice no longer promotes debate and compromise.

“Planned Parenthood Deserves Support, Not Threats to Defund It”

April 07, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Seattle Times about how health-care providers would be in crisis if Planned Parenthood were to be defunded.

“What Happens Next for Judge Neil Gorsuch”

April 07, 2017

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted in 9news about Judge Neil M. Gorsuch’s next steps as the 113th justice to sit on the Supreme Court.

“Legality of Trump’s Airstrikes Disputed”

April 07, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in Politico about the use of war power.

“‘‘Lean’ Antitrust Agencies Could Be Harmed by Cuts”

April 07, 2017

William E. Kovacic is quoted in Bloomberg about how potential budget cuts of government antitrust agencies threaten the efficiency and efficacy of enforcement.

“Trump Should Speak Out Against Europe's Effort to Suppress Free Speech”

April 06, 2017

Jeffery Rosen is quoted in The Hill about how European speech laws are affecting American companies.

“White House Formalizes Agency Duties to Curb Regulations”

April 06, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Government Executive about an overall government wide reduction in costs imposed on the economy.

“Media Flouts Facts on Susan Rice”

April 06, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the coverage of the Susan Rice controversy and the unmasking of Trump aides.

“Trump Wants to Make Medicaid Recipients Work to Get Benefits. That’s a Very Bad Idea.”

April 06, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Vox about the Trump administration’s Medicaid work requirement and how states are responding to it.

“LGBT Employment Rights Case Headed for the High Court (Audio)”

April 05, 2017

Michael Selmi speaks to “Bloomberg Law” about an appeals court decision involving the Civil Rights Act and the LGBT community.

“Self Defense? Washington Man Faces Possible Murder Charge for Shooting Showering Intruder”

April 05, 2017

Robert Cottrol is quoted by NBC News about a case in Washington state involving a man facing a possible first-degree murder charge.

Professor Schooner on SiriusXM’s "[email protected]"

April 04, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is interviewed about the latest conflict of interest issues with the Trump administration.

“US Trade Rep Must Secure Our Intellectual Property Rights”

April 04, 2017

Steven M. Tepp writes in The Hill about intellectual property protection in U.S. trade policy.

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