The recent failure in California to legalize marijuana for recreational use (Proposition 19) got us talking at the National Constitution Center. Just before voters headed to the polls, Attorney General Eric Holder made it clear that if the law passed, the national authorities would still enforce the federal laws. Exactly how could a state consider […]
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Two Cases Before the Third Circuit Raise the Question: Just How Far Can Public Schools go in Policing “off-campus” Speech? As we react to the (merciful) end to one of the nastiest campaign seasons in memory, no one is suggesting that we should resort to censorship of political candidates. People are rightfully debating whether allowing […]
The California Supreme Court ruled this week that illegal immigrants are entitled to the tuition breaks offered to in-state high school students. Will the U.S. Supreme Court have the final word?
In the United States, websites have very little federal law governing their privacy policies.
Former U.S. Senator Harris Wofford and social entrepreneur Allen Khazei chat about the biggest successes of the service movement in the last half century.