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  • Georgetown Hosts Discussion on Gun Violence
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    Gun Violence and School Safety

    Georgetown University Law Center hosted a panel discussion focusing on gun violence, public health, and the Second Amendment. Speakers included gun violence prevention advocates, constitutional…

  • Constitutional Scholar Argues Against Banning Guns

    Trevor Burrus on Gun Policy and Violence Prevention

    Cato Institute Constitutional Scholar Trevor Burrus argued that banning certain weapons is not the best way to reduce mass shootings at schools.

  • Offensive Language and Freedom of Speech
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    Offensive Language and Freedom of Speech

    Panelists analyzed recent federal court rulings concerning offensive language and freedom of speech. They discussed cases involving Flying Dog Brewery; NFL team the Washington Redskins; and…

  • Cato Institute Hosts Debate on the Libertarian Vote
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    Presidential Elections and Third-Party Candidates

    Cato Institute research fellows and policy analysts debated the question, “Should Libertarians vote?” Speakers from both sides of the argument also discussed how to promote Libertarian…

  • Changes in Voting Laws
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    Changes in Voting Laws

    Trevor Burrus talked about the impact of changes in voting laws on the ability of American citizens to vote. These changes included the Supreme Court’s June 2013 decision in Shelby County…

  • Gun Laws and the Second Amendment
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    Gun Laws and the Second Amendment

    Panelists spoke about individual gun rights and efforts to pass gun control legislation. Among the topics they addressed were congressional proposals to enact fuller background checks for…