A new study sheds interesting light on these questions.
The former president may be a hypocrite, but at least he knows his own rights.
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A 1942 decision about the Commerce Clause takes on new importance post-Roe.
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He also nixes the idea that states could "retroactively impose liability or punishment for an abortion that occurred before today's decision takes effect."
The Constitution protects many more rights than it mentions, as James Madison explained.
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A recent pair of cases spotlights the sorry state of affairs.
"I look forward to teaching and engaging in a host of activities relating to constitutional education," said Shapiro.
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Georgia Cops Rummaged Through Student-Athletes' Luggage in a Fruitless Search for 'a Little Bit of Marijuana'
When did the K-9 arrive? And what was the probable cause for the search?
Anti-abortion interstate travel bans would have multiple constitutional defects.
The abortion precedent has faced withering criticism, including damning appraisals by pro-choice legal scholars, for half a century.
Understanding state regulatory powers at the time of the founding.
Does returning decisions about abortion to the states increase liberty or shrink it?
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The president’s COVID-19 adviser embodies the arrogance of technocrats who are sure they know what’s best for us.
By blaming their reasoning on culture war grievances rather than the best interests of the law, the GOP risks undermining a completely defensible position.
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If it is upheld, state legislators easily could use the strategy embodied in S.B. 8 to attack other rights the Supreme Court has recognized.
Without Promising Alternatives to the 'Viability' Rule, the Supreme Court Seems Inclined to Ditch Its Abortion Precedents
The justices may find it difficult to uphold Mississippi's abortion ban without overturning Roe v. Wade.
Even justices who take a dim view of Roe v. Wade recognize the law’s chilling implications.
Imposing a wealth tax may not even be among the enumerated powers of Congress.
Rather than fighting for power, Americans should ignore each other and go about their lives.
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A conservative law professor advised Donald Trump that Mike Pence could unilaterally overturn the 2020 election.
Now That Opponents of the Texas Abortion Ban Are Using Its Provisions To Defeat It, Pro-Life Activists Are Crying Foul
In the first two lawsuits filed under S.B. 8, all of the parties seem to think enforcement of the law should be blocked.
By Openly Defying the Texas Abortion Ban, a Physician Invites a Lawsuit That Will Make Constitutional Objections Unavoidable
Alan Braid says he broke the law, which prohibits the vast majority of abortions, to make sure it would be tested in court.