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    The Establishment Clause

    The First Amendment begins "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion."…

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    Poll Taxes

    Poll taxes, along with literacy tests and grandfather clauses, were structural barriers to voting…

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    Grandfather Clauses in the Jim Crow South

    Grandfather Clauses were a structural barrier to voting imposed by several states during the Jim Crow…

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    2018-2019 Supreme Court Oral Arguments

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the…

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    Chief Justice Roberts on the Role of the Supreme Court

    At an event at University of Minnesota Law School, Chief Justice John Roberts responded to an audience…

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    The Necessary and Proper Clause

    Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution begins "The Congress shall have Power To" and goes on to…

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    The Chevron Doctrine

    Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens discussed the legal precedent commonly referred to…

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    Retired Justice John Paul Stevens on the Bush v. Gore Decision

    Speaking to a crowd in Boca Raton, Florida, retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens spoke…

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    Shelby County v Holder (2013)

    Emory University Professor Carol Anderson chronicled the events leading up to the 2013 Supreme Court…

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    Judge Kavanaugh on the Federalist Papers

    In response to a question from Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh discussed…

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    Full Faith and Credit

    Article IV, Section. 1 of the United States Constitution provides that "Full Faith and Credit shall be…

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    Key arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges

    Justices ask questions of attorneys regarding key issues in the US Supreme Court case Obergefell v.…

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    Cell Phones and the Fourth Amendment

    Carpenter v. United States (2018) has changed the way law enforcement may access cellular data records…

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    United States v. Lopez

    The Advanced Placement College Board requires students to compare a nonrequired Supreme Court case with…

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    Wisconsin v. Yoder

    The Advanced Placement College Board requires students to compare required Supreme Court cases with…

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    Shaw v. Reno

    This lesson addresses the Advanced Placement American Government and Politics essential Supreme Court…

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    Mark Janus and Jacob Huebert on Supreme Court Ruling on Government Unions

    Mark Janus, lead plaintiff in the AFSCME vs. Janus Supreme Court case, and his attorney Jacob Huebert…

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    AFSCME President Stephen Mittons on Janus v. AFSCME

    Stephen Mittons, a member of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)…

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    Supreme Court Rules 5-4 in Favor of the Travel Ban

    Ted Hesson, immigration reporter for Politico, talked about the Supreme Court’s decision on June 27,…

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    Supreme Court Decides to Send Gerrymandering Cases to Lower Courts

    Lawrence Hurley, Supreme Court correspondent at Thomson Reuters, explained the unanimous decision that…

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