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Episode 18- the Courts & Constitution, Part II

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We're back with the second installment of our Courts & Constitution episodes! In Part II we continue the discussion about SCOTUS' role in interpreting the Constitution, and the potential of the highly important Moore vs. Harper case to set more uncharted precedent. We also examine the movement by well-funded groups to rewrite the Constitution, which could concentrate power even more in the hands of the few.

Moore v. Harper - SCOTUSBlog.com

Elections Clause, US Constitution

SCOTUS' biggest case this term threatens American Democracy - Washington Post

​​Republicans' next big play - re-writing the Constitution (Business Insider)

13th - ALEC & Stand your Ground laws (YouTube)

The right is seeking to re-write the Constitution - Center for Media & Democracy

Who is Barre Seid? (The Hill)

Patagonia founder donates company to fight climate change - CNBC.com

State of money in politics - opensecrets.org

Rebecca Solnit: Hope is an embrace of the unknown - The Guardian

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We're back with the second installment of our Courts & Constitution episodes! In Part II we continue the discussion about SCOTUS' role in interpreting the Constitution, and the potential of the highly important Moore vs. Harper case to set more uncharted precedent. We also examine the movement by well-funded groups to rewrite the Constitution, which could concentrate power even more in the hands of the few.

Moore v. Harper - SCOTUSBlog.com

Elections Clause, US Constitution

SCOTUS' biggest case this term threatens American Democracy - Washington Post

​​Republicans' next big play - re-writing the Constitution (Business Insider)

13th - ALEC & Stand your Ground laws (YouTube)

The right is seeking to re-write the Constitution - Center for Media & Democracy

Who is Barre Seid? (The Hill)

Patagonia founder donates company to fight climate change - CNBC.com

State of money in politics - opensecrets.org

Rebecca Solnit: Hope is an embrace of the unknown - The Guardian

  continue reading

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