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  • emMadison v Alabamaem Oral Argument
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    Madison v. Alabama Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Madison v. Alabama, which concerns the fate of a 67-year old inmate in Alabama who has been on death row for more than 30 years and is suffering…

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  • First Amendment and Hate Speech
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    First Amendment and Hate Speech

    The Heritage Foundation held a discussion on the First Amendment and whether hate speech should be outlawed. Policy experts debated the pros and cons before taking questions and comments…

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  • Constitution and Persons with Disabilities
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    Constitution and Persons with Disabilities

    In 1990, Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act, a civil rights law introduced by former Iowa Senator Tom Harkin. In this program, Mr. Harkin explored the history of laws that…

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  • emNo Property in Manem
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    No Property in Man

    Princeton University American History Professor Sean Wilentz looked at the framers of the Constitution and slavery.

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  • Separation of Powers and Civil Rights
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    Separation of Powers and Civil Rights

    A discussion on how the Executive, Judicial and Legislative branches have dealt with civil rights. Panelists argued that Congress has relinquished its designated powers, leaving the Supreme…

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  • emThe Oath and the Officeem
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    The Oath and the Office

    Constitutional law scholar Corey Brettschneider discussed the limits placed on presidential power by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Following his remarks, Professor Brettschneider took…

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  • Senators Coons and Flake Speak at emAtlanticem Ideas Festival
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    Constitution, Politics, and Civic Discourse

    The Atlantic hosted a series of discussions on the Constitution, politics and civic discourse. This portion featured two panels: the first addressed issues of identity politics and potential…

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  • Reporters and Confidential Sources
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    Reporters and Confidential Sources

    Georgetown University’s Free Speech Project and Columbia University’s Knight First Amendment Institute hosted a discussion on the relationship between reporters and their sources, and the procedures and…

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  • US Constitution Politics and Civic Discourse
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    U.S. Constitution, Politics and Civic Discourse

    Former Justice David Souter moderated a panel on the U.S. Constitution and its role in shaping civil society. Among the issues they addressed were the state of political discourse,…

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  • Washington Journal Robert Weissman Discusses the Emoluments Ruling Against President Trump
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    Robert Weissman on Emoluments Ruling Against President Trump

    Robert Weissman talked about a federal judge’s ruling that congressional Democrats could sue President Trump for violating the foreign emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution.

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  • Attorney General Addresses Forum on Free Speech on College Campuses
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    Free Speech on College Campuses, Attorney General Jeff Sessions

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered remarks at the Justice Department’s day-long forum on free speech on college campuses. In his remarks he said, “Suppression of competing voices is not the…

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  • Washington Journal Heidi Li Feldman Discusses the 25th Amendment
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    Heidi Li Feldman on the 25th Amendment

    Georgetown University Law Center professor Heidi Li Feldman talked about the history of the 25th Amendment, which deals with presidential succession.

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  • emSpeak Freelyem
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    Speak Freely

    Princeton professor Keith Whittington discussed free speech on college campuses.

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  • Federal Surveillance and Civil Rights
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    Federal Surveillance and Civil Rights

    American University lecturer Aaron Bell taught a class about privacy laws and federal surveillance of civil rights leaders. He described the mid-20th century creation of the Counter…

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  • Ninth Circuit Court Conference Rights of Publicity Law
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    Ninth Circuit Court Conference, Rights of Publicity Law

    In this portion of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals' annual judicial conference, panelists debated the right of publicity versus the right of free speech, from the perspectives of performers, movie…

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  • Offensive Speech and the First Amendment
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    Offensive Speech and the First Amendment

    Legal scholars and academics examined the limits of free speech, including whether the First Amendment protects so-called offensive or “hate speech.” Speakers included representatives from…

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  • emNot One Dropem
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    Not One Drop

    Riki Ott talked about her book Not One Drop: Betrayal and Courage in the Wake of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, which follows the story of the Exxon Valdez oil spill from the time of the spill…

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  • Panelists Discuss Free Speech Issues at Colleges
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    Campus Speech and the First Amendment

    Panelists examined the state of free speech at colleges and universities. They explored issues such as whether “hate speech” is protected by the First Amendment, the Trump administration’s…

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  • Cell Phone Data Law Enforcement and Privacy Part 2
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    Cell Phone Data, Law Enforcement and Privacy, Part 2

    The Center on Privacy and Technology at the Georgetown University Law Center held a discussion on location privacy and cell phones, following the Supreme Court ruling in Carpenter v. United…

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  • Cell Phone Data Law Enforcement and Privacy Part 1
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    Cell Phone Data, Law Enforcement and Privacy, Part 1

    The Center on Privacy and Technology at the Georgetown University Law Center held a discussion on location privacy and cell phones, following the Supreme Court ruling in Carpenter v. United…

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