Alexander Fullman examines the facts in the high-profile case of National Labor Relations Board v. Noel Canning, which could expand or limit the President’s powers to make executive appointments without immediate Senate approval.
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A senate candidate in Nebraska is running tongue-in-cheek TV ads asking for the nation’s capital to be moved from Washington, D.C., to his home state. But is that a constitutional reality?
The New York Times and the Guardian want President Obama to grant clemency or a pardon to Edward Snowden. However, that seems like a long shot even though it is within the President’s constitutional powers.
David W. Wise says the new technology could be a tool for the courts to use to even the playing field when it comes to gerrymandering and elections.
Retail marijuana stores are open for business on New Years’ Day in Colorado, the first state that has successfully legalized the controlled sale and use of recreation pot. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the cloud of legal controversy has lifted.