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Nancy Pelosi’s recent comments about using the 14th Amendment to avoid the debt ceiling aren’t new, and in fact, they invoke an extensive argument from 2011 about the Constitution and Congress.
Tad DeHaven, a Cato Institute budget analyst and former Indiana state budget official, explains how the Washington shutdown battle could leave conservatives staring at a bigger government budget, despite their efforts to cut spending.
In this commentary, David H. Gans from the Constitutional Accountability Center argues that the debate over the religious rights of corporations is akin to the Citizens United case.
A recent court case in New Mexico could find its way to the Supreme Court as a test of several First Amendment freedoms.
President Barack Obama’s decision to ask for congressional approval about actions against Syria will add another obstacle to Washington gridlock in September.