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  • Supreme Court Term Review
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    Supreme Court Term Review

    Supreme Court experts reviewed the court’s most recent term and previewed the next term scheduled to start on October 7, 2019. Speakers analyzed the court’s rulings on gerrymandering, the…

  • House Judiciary Committee Review of Mueller Report
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    House Judiciary Committee Review of Mueller Report

    The House Judiciary Committee held the third in a series of hearings to review the conclusions of Special Consel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. At the start,…

  • Federal Laws and Local Control
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    Federal Laws and Local Control

    Former Bush Administration Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo joined a panel of legal experts and law professors discussing when states can ignore or contradict federal laws involving…

  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Judges Testify on Court Restructuring
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    Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Restructuring

    Three judges from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals testified at a hearing on proposals to split the court, which is the largest of the 13 U.S. Courts of Appeals. The hearing began with…

  • Justice Scalias Legacy
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    Justice Scalia's Legacy

    Former law clerks of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia talked about the late justice’s legacy and influence. Panelists included a former Texas solitictor general, a former clerk to…

  • Discussion on Birthright Citizenship
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    Birthright Citizenship and the 14th Amendment

    James Ho and John Eastman talked about birthright citizenship and varying interpretations of the Fourteenth Amendment.

  • Conservative Groups Testify to Lawmakers on IRS Scrutiny
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    IRS Scrutiny of Non-Profit Organizations

    Conservative activists testified on their claims that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) had applied additional scrutiny to their tax-exempt status applications.

  • Politics Supreme Court and the Constitution
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    Politics, Supreme Court, and the Constitution

    Legal scholars spoke about the current make up and operations of the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as its future direction. They also talked about the growing influence of conservative legal theory on the federal judiciary and…

  • Bullying Sexual Orientation and Gender
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    Bullying, Sexual Orientation, and Gender

    Advocates, psychologists and lawyers discussed bullying due to sexual orientation and gender. Among the topics they addressed were incidents of bullying in schools, school programs to…

  • Federalism and the Supreme Court
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    Federalism and the Supreme Court

    A panel discussion was held about how the philosophy of federalism has been expressed by the U.S. Supreme Court under Chief Justice Roberts. Judge Sentelle moderated. “Federalism: The Roberts Court and…

  • Media Role in Intelligence Leaks
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    Media Role in Intelligence Leaks

    The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence holds a hearing on the role and responsibilities of the media in national intelligence reporting and in unauthorized leaks of classified…

  • Manner and Appointment of Presidential Electors
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    Manner and Appointment of Presidential Electors

    Florida legislators heard testimony from legal experts and citizens about a potential special session of the State Legislature to pick presidential electors. Private citizens, mostly…

  • Supreme Court Issues
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    Supreme Court Issues

    Mr. Eastman and Mr. Adams discussed a case coming before the Supreme Court, Boy Scouts of America v. Dale. The case concerns whether or not the Boy Scouts can exclude gay troop members and…

  • White Mountain Apache Tribe
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    White Mountain Apache Tribe