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National Constitution Center’s own tour guide weight in on the pending 1st Amendment case requiring the testing of all Philadelphia tour guides.
Student privacy rights are bound up with class and race inequalities.
The lengthening political shadow of the Jan. 8 shooting rampage in Tucson will soon envelop tonight’s State of the Union Address. But will it lead to a more Civil government?
Last week, the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in Citizens United v. The Federal Election Commission. To mark the anniversary of the case, Constitution Daily offers the following excerpt from a National Constitution Center monograph.
Last February, when the Saints played the Colts in the Super Bowl, the number of the Super Bowls became equal to the number of the President for the first time ever.
Is health care reform constitutional? Here are six arguments to consider as Congress continues to wrangle over federal control of health care and the issue makes its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Legally, corporations are “persons” but are they entitled to “personal privacy?”
Two members of the 2011 Peter Jennings Project faculty made news this past week. Carter Phillips, who will argue the PJP moot court on March 5, was noted in The New York Times for his argument before the Supreme Court in two cases, General Dynamics v United States and Boeing Company v United States, which […]