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Marci A. Hamilton, a Fox Distinguished Scholar in the Fox Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania, describes the numerous child-endangering bills that are being proposed in various states across the nation. Hamilton argues that we as a society need to create a culture that works for the best interest of all children.

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A crowdfunding campaign has been launched, which seeks to purchase the search histories of lawmakers who jeopardized internet privacy. http://ow.ly/man830anCZR

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President Trump is expected to sign the bill overturning internet privacy protections. http://ow.ly/AoNy30anCOu

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In Expressions Hair Design v. Schneiderman, SCOTUS says NY's ban on credit card use surcharges is a regulation of speech http://ow.ly/lZOc30anCuz

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Federal judge approves $97M settlement to replace lead water pipes in Flint http://ow.ly/beIj30anCob

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Trump argues supremacy clause shields him from 'Apprentice' contestant's state suit while in office http://ow.ly/GKCH30anCa1

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Congress has passed a bill that allows ISPs to sell customer web-surfing data. http://ow.ly/fVdm30ano46

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Cornell University law professor Sherry F. Colb comments on a recent decision in which the U.S. Supreme Court held that a juror’s use of racial stereotypes to vote for conviction may be used to invalidate the verdict, despite evidentiary rules that otherwise prohibit the use of juror testimony to challenge a verdict. Colb argues that the Supreme Court should have either extended the Sixth Amendment exception to cover other types of juror misconduct, or repealed the rule that prohibits the use of post-verdict juror testimony to impeach a verdict.

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Empirical scotus considers how SCOTUS patterns may change or persist with a new member of the court. http://ow.ly/aiHB30algwd
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