The Supreme Court could announce some news cases and settle some old cases, and will hear arguments in five cases in what will be a busy last week of February.
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The Federal Communications Commission said on Wednesday it won’t contest a federal court ruling that struck down net neutrality, the FCC’s power to bar Internet service providers from discriminating against websites. But it will try a different tactic to preserve it.
In the commentary, Tom Donnelly from the Constitutional Accountability Center looks two environmental cases in front of the Supreme Court this term that could have big implications for the Clean Air Act.
In this commentary, Peter Irons says the Supreme Court should use the occasion of a new petition it may not even accept to make a final statement about the controversial Korematsu case from World War II.
How do American citizens, even as enemy combatants, enjoy the constitutional protection of due process? Joining us to discuss this current topic are Jonathan Hafetz from Seton Hall Law and John Yoo from the University of California Berkeley Law School, in a podcast conversation moderated by the National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen.