The Volokh Conspiracy
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I have two new podcast episodes this week.
One on Dissenting Opinions, a conversation with Kevin Walsh about severability doctrine, focusing on the perplexing case of Barr v. AAPC: Stable, Predictable, Commonsensical. (For even more in this vein, Kevin and I also recorded a teleforum on severability with co-blogger Josh Blackman and Erin Hawley the same week, available here.)
One on Divided Argument, where Dan Epps and I talk about the controversial term-ending decision in Brnovich v. DNC, construing the scope of Section Two of the Voting Rights Act: Very Breyeresque. More on the latter soon.