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A few days ago, looking for something else, I happened across this section of Justice Story's Commentaries on the Constitution. Story ..read more
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10/22/1915: Hadacheck v. Sebastian argued. The White Court (1914-1916 ..read more
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Today, President Trump offered comments about the Emoluments Clause. Here is a rough transcript of his remarks: Other Presidents, if you ..read more
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Our interview is with Alex Joel, former Chief of the Office of Civil Liberties, Privacy, and Transparency at the Office of the Director of ..read more
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Last month the en banc Fifth Circuit decided Collins v. Mnuchin. The majority opinion, by Judge Willett, found that the Federal Housing ..read more
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Today the Supreme Court denied review in Lipschultz v. Charter Advanced Services (MN). This petition considered whether state law could be ..read more
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Mike Dorf offers a welcome suggestion: the Supreme Court should eliminate the requirement that amici have to seek leave of the parties.   ..read more
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10/21/1919: Abrams v. United States argued. The White Court (1916-1921 ..read more
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Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau (2016).Over the last three years, many Americans have been angered and distressed at Russia's efforts to ..read more
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On November 6, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral argument in Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund, easily the most significant ..read more

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