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"How the USA's Antiquated Citizenship Policies Discriminate Against Families of Same-Sex Parents"

July 15, 2019

Sonia M. Suter writes for BioNews on how requirements in the Immigration and Naturalisation Act disproportionately affect same-sex couples.

"Man Gets Second Life Sentence, 419 Years for Charlottesville Car Attack"

July 15, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Associated Press on the final sentencing for a man who committed federal hate crimes.

“FTC and Facebook Reportedly Agree to $5 Billion Settlement After Privacy Investigation"

July 12, 2019

William E. Kovacic is quoted by Consumer Reports on what Facebook owes the federal government after violating a consent decree in 2011.

"IVF Mix-Ups Have Broken the Definition of Parenthood"

July 11, 2019

Naomi R. Cahn is quoted by The Atlantic on the ambiguity of the genetic and gestational parent's rights in fertility-clinic mix-ups.

"Donald Trump Drops Fight to Get Citizenship Question on 2020 Census; Other Federal Records to Be Used"

July 11, 2019

Paul Schiff Berman is quoted by USA Today on why the citizenship question would have been rebuffed even without the SCOTUS ruling.

“Jeffrey Epstein Forces Washington To Deal With Embarrassing Connections"

July 10, 2019
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how New York prosecutors can try Epstein for new sex trafficking charges in a Florida case from 2007.

“Congressional Democrats Ready To Ask Robert Mueller About Russia Investigation"

July 10, 2019
Paul Schiff Berman is quoted by The Washington Times on how Mueller's appearance before Congress could change the perception of his findings.

“Amazon, Microsoft Wage War Over the Pentagon’s ‘War Cloud'"

July 09, 2019

Steven L. Schooner is quoted by The Associated Press on conflicts of interest in the Defense Department's search for a cloud provider.

“Federal Court Backs Atheists, Wiccans in Florida Discrimination Suit"

July 08, 2019
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by The Washington Times on how the recent religious discrimination ruling may need clarification from a higher court.

“Majority Want Citizenship Question On Census, 53%-32%"

July 07, 2019

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted by The Washington Examiner on how a citizenship question could still appear on the 2020 census.

“France Has Turned Into One of the Worldwide Threats to Free Speech’’

July 06, 2019
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how European countries are using penalties on major companies to force free-speech censorship.

“First Things First: Are You Gray and At Risk For Divorce?’’

July 05, 2019

Naomi R. Cahn's research is mentioned by the Chattanooga Times Free Press on low divorce rates for couples who are over 50 years of age.

"Why the ‘Bridgegate’ Scandal Could Backfire on Prosecutors"

July 03, 2019

Jessica Tillipman is quoted in The New York Times on how SCOTUS judges could further limit prosecutorial discretion in corruption cases.

“How To Respond To the Nike Flag Sneaker Recall: 'Just Don't Buy It'’’

July 02, 2019

Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill about the First Amendment implications of Nike's sneaker recall.

"The Bladensburg Cross Decision – A Twisted Cross and the Remaking of Establishment Clause Standards"

July 01, 2019
Ira C. Lupu and Robert W. Tuttle write for The George Washington Law Review about the First Amendment case decision.

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