Constitution Not Subordinate to Open-Ended Pandemic Emergency Orders, Pennsylvania Judge Rules (Constitution news round-up)
Federal judge rules Pennsylvania’s shutdown orders are unconstitutional. State to ask for a stay of the ruling while it appeals.
“CDC’s Unlawful, Unconstitutional Moratorium on Evictions” - “It’s not clear whether Congress itself would have the constitutional authority to implement such a sweeping order.”
Education Department proposes rule to implement Trump order protecting campus free speech
14A, etc.: Florida law conditioning restoration of voting rights to felons on payment of all fees, fines, and restitution kosher under various Constitutional provisions (11th Circuit)
1A: Third Circuit holds ban on political public transit ads unconstitutional; no reliable way to distinguish between political and nonpolitical ads
2A: “These 10 Examples of Defensive Gun Use Underscore Second Amendment’s True Purpose”
14A: You be the jurist - would San Francisco’s public/private partnership to give away free money to pregnant black and Pacific Islander women violate the Equal Protection clause? Hints: public/private hybrids are subject to 14A, and you can’t use race as a proxy for special need
14A: in practice, race preferences far more than just a gentle thumb on the scale in college admissions; the impact is profound and getting bigger
Commerce Clause / Necessary & Proper Clause: 11th Circuit panel invalidates Maritime Drug Law Enforcement Act; analysis different for foreign commerce
Electoral College: Steve Forbes on the risks of moving to national popular vote
State Constitution: Wisconsin AG attempting to give control over water wells to state agency in violation of state constitution
Federal judge dissent: yes, we have to follow precedent but, if it’s not directly on point, we have no duty to expand it and are free to follow the Constitution
“most of the framers of the Constitution reasoned that a union permitting states to allow slavery to exist temporarily was better than no union at all”
Shame! Ohio high school suspends, forced to reinstate football players for waving flags honoring police and firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11
Kudos! to U Northern Iowa instructor Thomas Larsen for suggesting federal agencies replace banned critical race theory training with the U.S. Constitution
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