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“Federal Watchdog Finds Government Ignored Emoluments Clause With Trump Hotel’’

January 16, 2019

Steven L. Schooner is quoted by NPR about whether the Trump International Hotel violates the Emoluments clauses.

“Barr Is Perfect To Take Over The Justice Department, Turley Says”

January 16, 2019

Jonathan Turley speaks to NPR about Trump's U.S. attorney general nominee, William Barr.

“There’s a Way for Democrats to Sue Trump—Thanks to the Republicans”

January 16, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Atlantic about how the House Democrats could sue Trump if he declares a national emergency.

“Senators Hear Praise, Criticism of US Attorney General Nominee’’

January 16, 2019

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Voice of America about how William Barr's view of executive authority will inform his decisions as attorney general.

“Academic: Independent FCC, FTC Would be Unconstitutional Under Barr Theory’’

January 16, 2019

Jonathan Turley is mentioned by Broadcasting & Cable about testifying at the confirmation hearing for attorney general nominee William Barr.

“Attorney General Nominee Confirmation Hearing”

January 15, 2019

Paul Schiff Berman speaks to “Off Script With Bruce Johnson” about attorney general nominee William Barr.

“The School That Hired Karen Pence Requires Applicants to Disavow Gay Marriage, Trans Identity”

January 15, 2019

Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by The Washington Post about how working at a conservative Christian school is within Karen Pence's rights.

“China Sentenced a Canadian Man to Death in the Latest Escalation of the Countries’ Feud Over Huawei’’

January 15, 2019

Donald C. Clarke is quoted by Business Insider about how China views holding human hostages as an acceptable way to conduct diplomacy.

“The Emoluments Clause, Explained”

January 15, 2019
Steven L. Schooner is quoted by Vox about how Trump’s various business interests represent a violation of the Constitution's emoluments clause.

“China Issues Stern Rebuke to Canada”

January 15, 2019

Donald C. Clarke speaks to CTV News Channel about a Canadian man who has been sentenced to death in China for drug smuggling.

“Huawei Founder Denies His Firm Spies For China”

January 15, 2019
Donald C. Clarke is quoted by NPR about Ren Zhengfei's assertions that his company would refuse to hand over user information to the government.

“Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg Risks Death Penalty in China as Drug Smuggling Retrial Begins”

January 14, 2019
Donald C. Clarke is quoted by the South China Morning Post about the retrial in China of a Canadian man on drug smuggling charges.

“Vitals Roundup”

January 14, 2019
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by Axios about how the Trump administration is considering giving states the ability to receive Medicaid block grants.

“'Legal Giant' of D.C. Circuit Molded Environmental Law”

January 14, 2019

Robert L. Glicksman is quoted by E&E News about Judge Patricia Wald’s influence and contributions to environmental law.

“The Supreme Court Could Reinterpret the First Amendment in a Conservative Direction this Term. Here's How”

January 14, 2019
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by Deseret News about the establishment clause and how it relates to the First Liberty Institute case.

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