Creeping Price Regulation

12/10/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

There's a consensus that the prices are too damn high for health care. The states can do something about it -- indeed, a few already are.

Nick Bagley

University of Michigan Law School

Three Visions of the Multi-ethnic Society

12/10/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

By Yascha Mounk: We need to develop a shared vision for what such a multi-ethnic society should look like

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The Administration’s Recent Guidance on State Innovation Waivers under the Affordable Care Act Likely Violates the Act’s Statutory Guardrails

12/7/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

If the agencies proceed to approve a state’s application for a waiver in reliance on their recent guidance and discussion paper, the approval would almost certainly be set aside by a reviewing court.

Joel McElvain

Yale Law School

Overcoming Racism Through National Solidarity

12/7/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

By Theodore R. Johnson: The formation of a national solidarity is especially suited to the challenge of mitigating the impacts of racism in the United States

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Versus Trump: Versus Whitaker, In-Depth

12/6/18  //  Uncategorized

On this week's episode of Versus Trump, the gang is re-united, and they discuss the Supreme Court motion contending that Matthew Whitaker was not legally appointed as Acting Attorney General. Listen now!

Easha Anand

San Francisco

Charlie Gerstein

Civil Rights Corps

Jason Harrow

Equal Citizens

Race, Democracy, and Civic Engagement in U.S. History

12/6/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

The current attacks on democratic institutions are but symptoms of a deeper disease: the lack of full civic participation by the nation’s ordinary residents

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Proving that Mick Mulvaney Compromised CFPB Enforcement

12/6/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

By Mark Totten: A quick dive into the data shows Mulvaney has curbed enforcement and, as a result, compromised the agency’s mission.

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Heath Reform that Could Actually Pass? Shoring up the ACA After Repeal of the Individual Mandate

12/6/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

The new House majority can solve some real problems with the Affordable Care Act—namely, those caused by the repeal of the individual mandate, which will go into effect next month

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Are We All Textualists Now?

12/5/18  //  Commentary

Trump's executive order closing the government today out of respect to George H.W. Bush violates the plain text of a federal statute. If we really were all textualists now, that would be taken seriously.

Neil J. Kinkopf

George State University College of Law

Health Reform Priorities in the Next Two Years: Ensuring the Stability and Continued Growth of Community Health Centers

12/5/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

By Sara Rosenbaum: It is essential for Congress to provide substantial, durable funding to community health centers

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Looking Beyond the Future American

12/5/18  //  Uncategorized

By Marcia Chatelain: We should no longer imagine what the future American will look like, and instead imagine what a democratic America could be like.

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Building an Inclusive Democracy: Towards an Action Agenda

12/5/18  //  Latest Developments

Protect Democracy has asked a diverse set of experts from a variety of disciplines to identify steps that could be taken to advance the prospects of a truly inclusive and multi-racial American democracy

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Legislative Reform of the Electoral Process

12/3/18  //  Latest Developments

Here are the contributions from our recent symposium in collaboration with the Election Law Blog

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More on the Unprincipled Nature of the Senate: Further Conversation with Professor Dorf

11/28/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

To persuade people that the Senate makes no sense, it’s necessary to shoot down a lot of possible defenses of the existing system

Richard Primus

University of Michigan Law School

Performance Standards and Design Standards in New Election Legislation

11/27/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

Congress might learn a lesson from the structure of the Voting Rights Act, even beyond its substance.

Justin Levitt

Loyola Law School