The Text and History of the Foreign Emoluments Clause
June 18, 2018June 18, 2018
SCOTUS Leaves Gerrymandering Foes ‘Disappointed, But Not Devastated’
Voting rights advocates did not get the Supreme Court decisions they were looking for on...June 18, 2018
Supreme Court sidesteps partisan gerrymandering cases, let maps stand for now
The Supreme Court on Monday sidestepped two major cases concerning partisan gerrymandering, allowing controversial district...June 15, 2018
TV (FOX): Supreme Court to rule on travel ban, union dues
RELEASE: Justices Delay Resolution of Partisan Gerrymandering Cases
“These cases go to the very heart of our democracy and the issues they raise...June 15, 2018
RELEASE: Members of Congress in Census Court Challenge: Constitution Demands Count of All Persons, Regardless of Citizenship
“Our Constitution directs the government to count all persons every ten years in the Census....U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
New York, et al. vs. U.S. Department of Commerce, et al.
In New York, et al. vs. U.S. Department of Commerce, et al., a federal district judge is considering whether the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census violates the Census Clause of the...