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Twenty years after the 9/11 attacks, Baher Azmy reflects on how our legal and constitutional axes shifted.
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SB 8 is unconstitutional and good to go in Texas (and probably a bunch of other states too).
We’re only just catching up to Pauli Murray.
Property law isn’t what you think it is, and it doesn’t do what you think it does.
Tracking the Second Amendment through a history rooted in slavery to a present of persistent asymmetry.
Is it too late to tackle the filibuster, voting rights, and the judiciary?
Democracy is not what this Supreme Court is all about.
Religion gains “most favored nation status” at the Supreme Court.
Decision time at the Supreme Court, and Rep. Porter on why corruption is a national security issue.
Re-introducing Slate's podcast about feminism and gender