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From Putin to Palin, and from Pelosi to Paul, here’s a look at what 16 very high-profile people are saying in the public debate about a limited U.S. military strike on Syria.
Ronald Coase, who died on Monday at the age of 102, was one of the most influential thinkers in American law during the past century, even though he was an economist, not a lawyer.
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Jeffrey Rosen, the CEO of the National Constitution Center, argues that the Justice Department’s efforts to keep the Voting Rights Act alive face long-term resistance at the Supreme Court.
As the Obama administration and Congress debate about missile strikes against Syria, an argument that started in 2011 about Libya has life again: What are the military limits of a U.S. President?
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President Barack Obama’s decision to ask for congressional approval about actions against Syria will add another obstacle to Washington gridlock in September.
In this commentary, Jeffrey Shulman from Georgetown Law looks at an appeals court decision that “shut the door” on sexual-orientation change therapy for minors in California—and the need for a clearer legal discussion.
In this commentary, Robert F. Turner from the University of Virginia School of Law says President Obama clearly has the constitutional power to launch missile strikes at Syria without congressional approval. But in historical terms, consensus and policy issues are important considerations.