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Reproductive Rights Prof Blog

Reproductive Rights Prof Blog

Covers abortion, contraception, pregnancy and fetal rights. By Caitlin E. Borgmann.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/reproductive_rights/
  • Jun 19

    Sinn Féin votes to change its abortion policy

    Sinn Féin votes to change its abortion policy
    BBC News (Jun. 16, 2018): Sinn Féin votes to change Northern Ireland abortion policy, by Jayne McCormack: Sinn Féin party delegates in Northern Ireland have voted to change the party's position on abortion at a conference in Belfast.…
  • Jun 18

    Leading Republicans Join Democrats in Pushing Trump to Halt Family Separation

    Leading Republicans Join Democrats in Pushing Trump to Halt Family Separation
    New York Times (Jun. 17, 2018): Leading Republicans Join Democrats in Pushing Trump to Halt Family Separations, by Peter Baker: On Sunday, leading figures of both parties demanded that President Trump halt his administration’s practice of…
  • Jun 16

    The Unfinished Story of Roe v. Wade

    The Unfinished Story of Roe v. Wade
    June 16, 2018, The Unfinished Story of Roe v. Wade: Reva Siegel and Linda Greenhouse have a new article that tells the story of Roe v. Wade. According to the abstract: Roe . . . , filed in federal district...
Rank this Week: 33

Constitutional Law Prof Blog

Constitutional Law Prof Blog

By Steven D. Schwinn and Ruthann Robson.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/conlaw/
  • Jun 23

    Check it Out: SCOTUSblog Symposium on OT17 Separation of Powers and Admin Law Decision

    Check it Out: SCOTUSblog Symposium on OT17 Separation of Powers and Admin Law Decision
    Check out the on-line symposium at SCOTUSblog on the Term's separation-of-powers and administrative-law decisions, led by analysis of Thursday's Lucia (holding that SEC ALJs are "officers" under the Appointments Clause (and not…
  • Jun 22

    Court OKs Simultaneous Service on Different Military Court

    Court OKs Simultaneous Service on Different Military Court
    Steven D. Schwinn, John Marshall Law School The Supreme Court ruled today in Ortiz v. United States that a military officer could serve on both the military Court of Criminal Appeals (as an inferior officer) and the Court of Military...
  • Jun 21

    Court OKs State Internet Sales Tax, Overturns "Physical Presence" Requirement

    Court OKs State Internet Sales Tax, Overturns "Physical Presence" Requirement
    Steven D. Schwinn, John Marshall Law School The Supreme Court today, in South Dakota v. Wayfair, upheld South Dakota's sales tax on out-of-state sellers against a Commerce Clause (or, more precisely, Dormant Commerce Clause) challenge. The…
Rank this Week: 120

Human Rights at Home Blog

Human Rights at Home Blog

Edited by Martha F. Davis, Margaret Drew, Lauren Bartlett, Carrie Bettinger Lopez, Leigh Goodmark, Brian Howe, Deena Hurwitz, Risa Kaufman, Sital Kilantry, Mariah McGill, Fran Quigley, Katherine Schultz, David Singleton, Cindy Soohoo, Jonathan Todrews, Penny Venetis and Lesley Wexler.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/human_rights/
  • Jun 21

    Crowd Size Matters: Marching for Human Right

    Crowd Size Matters: Marching for Human Right
    New family separations MAY have ended at the border for now, but whole family detentions may be on the horizon, and meanwhile, hundreds of families remain separated with no clear plan for reuniting them. Family separation of this kind can...
  • Jun 20

    And Then They Came For Me...

    And Then They Came For Me...
    Enough outrage has been expressed individually and in print. Legislators agree that the practice of separating families at the border is horrendous but did not agree on legislation to stop it. Reports of the sounds of children's wails are…
  • Jun 19

    Yes, One Government Agency Speaks up for Families at the Border

    Yes, One Government Agency Speaks up for Families at the Border
    The U.S. Civil Rights Commission has had some ups and downs over the years. Appointees are political, but with six-year terms, their appointments extend beyond the next election. At times, the result has been a stalemated group, unable to…
Rank this Week: 2158