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US Supreme Court Threatens Democracy with Voting, Race, and Religion Cases
At Markup, Nabiha Syed keeps watchful eye on Big Tech
7 things to know about internet’s midlife crisis
Honoring Global Respect for Religious Freedom: Priority
Court Ruling Against FDA’s Graphic Cigarette Warnings is Wrong on Law and Must Be Appealed
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, December 5, 2022
Food marketing and research on kids lacks government oversight
Elizabeth ‘Scoobie’ Ryan receives 2022 James Madison Award
Video on record
Over Half of New Jerseyans Label Jan. 6 Insurrection, Feel 2020 Election Was Legitimate
Signing Statement for International Partnership for Information and Democracy
Crisis of faith: Christian nationalism and threat to U.S. democracy
Americans’ civics knowledge drops on First Amendment and branches of government
Clinics win battle over meaning of 2016 FOIA amendments
Politicians are getting older, but do voters care? Sort of
President Biden’s Safer America Plan 2 August
Defamation explained: Could Depp v Heard happen here?
Executive Order on Advancing Effective, Accountable Policing and Criminal Justice Practices to Enhance Public Trust and Public
Spotify, Joe Rogan and managing misinformation on streaming services
Despite restrictions, recreational cannabis companies use marketing that appeals to adolescents
Proclamation on Religious Freedom Day, 2022
Upcoming meetings of University of Florida President’s Task Force on Outside Activities and Conflicts of Interest
President Biden’s Statement on Occasion of International Religious Freedom Day
UNESCO supports Columbia Freedom of Expression’s online conference
1 in 3 Americans might consider abolishing or limiting Supreme Court
Americans’ civics knowledge increases during stress-filled year
Should slaughterhouses have glass walls?
Study Examines “Red Flag” Gun Laws and State Efforts to Block Local Legislation
Law clinic’s win unseals records of PA lawmaker’s prosecution
Statement on Occasion of United States Joining Christchurch Call to Action to Eliminate Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content
United States Joins Christchurch Call to Action to Eliminate Terrorist and Violent Extremist Content Online
A Proclamation on National Day Of Prayer
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, April 19, 2021
In Memoriam: Phillip I. Blumberg, Former UConn School of Law Dean
Championing America’s First Freedom
Planning and Execution Timeline for National Guard’s Involvement in First Amendment Protests
Remarks by Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany 3 December
Secretary Pompeo With Tony Perkins of Washington Watch with Tony Perkins
U.S. President Trump’s Q&A with Religion News Service
Analysis: Trump White House NDAs are likely unconstitutional
Homecoming keynote highlights Law School clinics
Tackling real-world, real-time issues in classroom
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany 2 October
Paper ballots, risk-limiting audits can help defend elections and democracy, IU study finds
After TikTok and WeChat Bans Go into Effect, Will It Be a Crime to Use Apps in US?
Secretary Pompeo With Matt Schlapp, Chairman of American Conservative Union for CPAC
Do campaign finance reforms truly help make elections more competitive?