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the national interest
Paul Ryan Unaware Constitution Lets Congress Override Presidential Veto
“You would have to pass a law saying ‘don’t raise those tariffs’ and the president would have to sign that law,” says Ryan. Not true!
Manchin, Donnelly Begin to Lay Groundwork for Voting to Confirm Kavanaugh
Democratic senators who don’t have healthy leads when the Kavanaugh vote comes up will probably hear “the people” call for his confirmation.
Are Democrats Crying Wolf on Threat to Abortion Rights?
The threat to abortion rights is very real, even if conservatives have grown adept at pretending otherwise.
Wisconsin Just Gave Foxconn Preferential Treatment in Its Court System
Scott Walker lured the tech company to Wisconsin by giving it special privileges in the state’s courts. That could be unconstitutional.
Is Trump Inc. the President’s Greatest Vulnerability?
A group of enterprising lawyers thinks it might be, whether all roads lead to Russia or not.
How New York Could Force the Release of Trump’s Tax Returns
Albany is considering a bill that would publish the state returns of certain elected officials.
The Case for Donald Trump’s Impeachability
A report from Brookings lays out a clear, coherent case for why Trump will soon be in violation of the Constitution.
Clinton and Trump to Debate SCOTUS
In a rare debate segment devoted to SCOTUS, there will be pitfalls for both candidates, and a chance to explain vast differences in philosophy.
5 Out of 10 Legal Scholars Don’t Trust Trump With the Constitution
Why would you think a guy like Trump would value the rule of law?
Planned Parenthood Challenging Texas-Style Laws
Expect a new wave of litigation after the Supreme Court’s decision on Texas’s abortion law.
Wall Street Recruiter Fighting for Right to Flip Cops the Bird
And he’s got a pretty good case.