An argument for humility in the face of pandemic forecasting unknown unknowns
Day: June 22, 2021
The article is Part I of a two-part series.
If states are to have different marijuana laws and policies, federal reform is necessary.
"I feel like I've given up," says a 17-year-old from Guatemala. "I feel like I'll never get out of here."
The EQUAL Act would finally end one of the worst legacies of the 1980s drug war and clean up one of the biggest stains on Joe Biden's record.
A training session for graduate students urged them to prohibit students from discussing problematic views.
Poetry Tuesday!: "Ах, что-то мне не верится, что я, брат, воевал…" ("Somehow I can't believe, brother, I really went to war…") by Bulat Okudzhava
To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union: "Ах, что-то мне не верится, что я, брат, воевал. А может, это школьник меня нарисовал..."
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is right: Democrats have more to lose by ending the filibuster than by putting up with it.
Democrats have 13 choices in the mayoral primary. They get to rank their top five.
In many professional arenas, Wu's swings and misses would have consequences. In Wu's case, it landed him an advisory role in the Biden administration.
An overview of the COVID-19 litigation concerning the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
A bill approved by the Senate’s Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation would give the money-losing rail company $19 billion over 5 years.
Plus: Biden to back bill ending crack/cocaine sentencing disparity, the truth about tech startup creation, and more...
Episode 367 of the Cyberlaw Podcast