Law

A California Lawyer Wants to Put Gays to Death. Why Isn't the Attorney General Ignoring Him?
Kamala Harris's response is only making matters worse
March 26, 2015

Kamala Harris's response is only making matters worse.

Why the Supreme Court Might Actually Rule Against the Corporate Interest
Homeowners have a lot at stake in Tuesday's Bank of America case
March 23, 2015

Homeowners have a lot at stake in Tuesday's Bank of America case.

Never Count on the Supreme Court to Protect Voting Rights
March 21, 2015

History shows that a vigorous Court simply isn't enough to protect voting rights.

"Hands Up, Don't Shoot" Was Not Built on a Lie
Ferguson's message is as powerful as ever.
March 18, 2015

Ferguson's message is as powerful as ever.

Yale Law School Is Deleting Its Admissions Records, and There's Nothing Students Can Do About It
It's time for Congress to fix the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
March 15, 2015

It's time for Congress to fix the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act.

Utah's New Registry for White Collar Criminals Is Inhumane
March 13, 2015

And it's even more ineffective than a sex-offender registry.

Inexcusable Absences
Harsh truancy laws have resulted in children and parents being sent to jail for skipping school. Getting tough on truancy doesn’t help students get an education–and it unfairly attacks the poor.
March 06, 2015

Harsh truancy laws don't help students get an education—and they unfairly attack poor parents.

Why the Supreme Court Will Rule in Favor of Obamacare
March 03, 2015

It comes down to two warring conservative impulses.

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