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    House Judiciary Subcommittee Oversight Hearing on Presidential Clemency Power

    A House Judiciary subcommittee held a hearing on presidential clemency power and what reform for the process would look like. In the first panel, lawmakers heard from Representative Ayanna…

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    House Hearing on Free Speech and Book Bans

    The House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties held a hearing to examine book bans and academic censorship and their impacts on students' well-being. The…

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    Nance v. Ward Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Nance v. Ward, a case on a Georgia death row inmate’s legal effort to be executed by a firing squad instead of lethal injection because of his medical conditions.…

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    Kennedy v. Bremerton Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Kennedy v. Bremerton, a case on whether a high school football coach praying at the 50-yard line is protected religious expression and free speech.…

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    Q&A with Amy Gajda

    Amy Gajda, professor of law at Tulane University in New Orleans and the author of Seek and Hide: The Tangled History of the Right to Privacy," discussed the historic struggle in the United States…

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    Lincoln and the American Founding

    Historian Lucas Morel argued that Abraham Lincoln was greatly influenced by his reading of documents and papers of the Founding Fathers. This program was part of the Lincoln Forum’s annual…

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    Lincoln's Speeches

    Abraham Lincoln scholars Michael Burlingame, Noah Feldman, and Diana Schaub talked about the 16th president’s speeches and what they revealed about his views on the Constitution. The…

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    Open Phones with Carol Anderson

    Emory University African American Studies chair Carol Anderson took viewer phone calls on the Second Amendment at the 2022 Tucson Festival of Books held at the University of Arizona.

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    Shoop v. Twyford Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court hears oral argument in Shoop v. Twyford, a case on habeas corpus relief.

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    Free Speech

    Jacob Mchangama, founder and executive director of the Danish think tank Justitia and the host of the podcast “Clear and Present Danger,” discussed the history of free speech from Socrates…

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    Free the Press

    Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem spoke about the challenges journalists face today and the future of a free press in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C.,…

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    Siegel v. Fitzgerald Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Siegel v. Fitzgerald, a case on bankruptcy law.

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    A Constitution for the Living

    Author Beau Breslin talked about what the Constitution might look like it if were rewritten by every American generation. He also explored which Founding Fathers encouraged frequent revisions and…

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    Torres v. Texas Department of Public Safety Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Torres v. Texas Dept. of Public Safety, concerning state sovereign immunity. Under the federal Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights…

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    Heritage Symposium Discussion on Constitutional Liberties

    The Heritage Foundation hosted a symposium on the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. During this session, a panel of judges, academics, and legal experts examined Justice…

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    Deputy Secretary of State Testifies on War Powers

    Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman told lawmakers the Biden administration supports working with Congress to update the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) that was…

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    Egbert v. Boule Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Egbert v. Boule, a case on whether a private citizen can sue a federal agent for First Amendment retaliation claims and Fourth Amendment immigration…

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    Heritage Symposium Discussion on Constitutional Interpretation

    During this portion of a Heritage Foundation symposium on the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, a panel of Justice Thomas' former law clerks talked about his judicial…

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    After Words with Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick

    The 14th Amendment was the subject of law professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick’s book, The Original Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment. Georgetown University Law Center constitutional…

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    Gendered Citizenship

    Historian Rebecca DeWolf looked at the drafting and attempted ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, a proposed addition to the U.S. Constitution, originally introduced in 1923 that…

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