In this piece, originally published on May 20th by the Huffington Post, Geoffrey R. Stone explains the filibuster in the context of judicial confirmations. Stone is a 2010 – 11 visiting scholar at the National Constitution Center and the Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago. He will be […]
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In this monograph excerpt: Geoff Stone explains how wartime situations have historically heightened the tension between national security and free speech.
What does the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment mean, and should it be interpreted to protect gays and lesbians from discrimination, as it protects African-Americans, ethnic minorities and women?
Most Americans support the repeal of DADT. So why hasn’t it been repealed? The answer, in part, is the Constitution.
Can a state constitutionally prohibit the sale or rental of video games to persons under 18 years of age? SCOTUS is deciding this week.