CAC In the News

October 20, 2017

President Trump may not like the fact that there are rules that slow down his administration’s ability to rewrite the regulations governing the contraception mandate, but those are the rules. They apply to him no less than they applied to President Obama.

October 10, 2017

The Harris County bail system denied ODonnell “equal protection of the laws” by demanding a sum of money she did not have to secure the same freedom that others with more money could buy. Disparity in treatment based on wealth turns a constitutional right into a privilege only for those who can afford it. The 5th Circuit should strike down this arbitrary imposition of bail and rule in ODonnell’s favor.

October 6, 2017

Neil Gorsuch—the newest member of the court—could benefit from watching and emulating his mentor and former boss.

October 5, 2017

CAC President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on FOX News' Special Report with host Shannon Bream to discuss the future of the Trump administration's muslim travel ban.

October 4, 2017

Over the course of three decades on the Supreme Court, Justice Anthony Kennedy has developed a legacy as a passionate defender of the First Amendment.  In case after case, Kennedy has spelled out the structural role the First Amendment plays in our democratic system of government, insisting that the government may not discriminate against forms of speech or political association disfavored by the government.  Doing so, as Kennedy has explained, runs afoul of one of the First Amendment’s most basic rule--its prohibition on viewpoint discrimination.  The question