Monthly Archives: November 2017

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"Without a nexus between the offending conduct and the restriction, Stone's constitutional right to bear arms may not be restricted."

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I asked around for good explainers about the debate over net neutrality. Here's one view from Professor Gus Hurwitz.

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Books by VC bloggers that might make great holiday gifts.

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Police shoot man dead during domestic dispute; police shoot man dead during traffic stop; police shoot man dead during drug raid.

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Prominent legal scholars on both right and left have recently advocated court-packing. We should avoid going down this dangerous road.

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Days after Richard Cordray stepped down as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, there is a lawsuit over who gets to direct the agency until a new director is confirmed by the Senate.

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  • Sam Bray
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  • Analysis

The repeated rulings - including at the hands of Republican judges - underscore the serious constitutional flaws in the administration's efforts to target sanctuary cities.

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My colleague Will Baude advocates a universal positive law model for the Fourth Amendment. Here's why I think that's a bad idea.

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"Frequently Checking in with your dance partner" / "Hey, are you still into this? We can stop if you aren't!"

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