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Britany Riley

Britany Riley is a first-year at Stanford Law School where she serves as the Development Editor of the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties. Prior to attending Stanford, Britany served as a judicial assistant to Justice Anthony M. Kennedy. Britany received her undergraduate degree from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri.

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In A Major Immigration Case, The Government Says “We’re Going Big, So Go Home”

10/2/17  //  In-Depth Analysis

The government is arguing it can deprive noncitizens of their legal rights simply by making it too difficult and painful to vindicate those rights.

Leah Litman

U.C. Irvine School of Law

Updates | The Week of August 21, 2017

8/27/17  //  Daily Update

President Trump placed the border wall at the center of Congressional budget debates. The administration has also dramatically increased the number of immigrants in ICE custody and in removal proceedings.

Updates | The Week of August 21, 2017

8/27/17  //  Daily Update

The President's control over regulatory policy raises questions about checks and balances, and makes clear the need for an independent Congressional Budget Office.

Updates | The Week of August 21, 2017

8/27/17  //  Daily Update

Climate change concerns led a federal court to reject proposed construction of a natural gas pipeline, but the EPA rejected a ban on a possibly dangerous pesticide. Changes may be coming to the National Parks system.

Updates | The Week of August 21, 2017

8/27/17  //  Daily Update

The President’s allies are seeing lucrative benefits for their support. Meanwhile, the Secret Service has already exhausted the agency’s budget for protecting the President’s extensive circle of family and aides.

Updates | The Week of August 21, 2017

8/27/17  //  Daily Update

A CBO analysis indicates that cutting ACA subsidies would actually increase government spending.