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“Amending the Constitution is not normal legislating. The Article V amendment process is “the people’s process”. After all, the Constitution begins with “We The People”. Article V gives no role to the president or to the executive branch and the Supreme Court has ruled that amending the Constitution is essentially a political, not legal, project”

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The Deep Roots of Sexual Policing in America

  • Sarah A. Seo
| The Atlantic
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Why is New York Politics So Corrupt?

  • Richard Briffault
| New York Magazine
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How Agencies Can Better Regulate for Racial Justice

  • Olatunde C. Johnson
| The Regulatory Review
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Jackson on Brink of History and Stunning Union Win

  • Kate Andrias
| Bloomberg Law Podcast

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