“The public has much less tolerance for political grandstanding and much greater insistence on problem solving at the state level,” Shane said.
“For abortion opponents, the calculation that the costs of the strategy they’re pursuing right now are pretty low,” Tokaji said. “They may well be right about that.”
“Given that then-VP Joe Biden appeared in the last volume, I would have liked to now see an essay by current VP Mike Pence on these topics,” Berman writes.
“Why should this misleading argument be any different from any other misleading argument?” Shane said.
“Historically, (agriculture) is one of the most significant contributors of … conventional pollutants to waterway systems, but now (also) greenhouse gases from a climate-change perspective,” Carlarne said.
“Tax privacy is an important norm to reinforce,” Glogower said. “It needs to be balanced with Congress’s need to do its job.”
“We’re at the stage of marijuana reform 2.0,” Berman said.
“Ultimately the question’s going to be whether the Supreme Court takes a look at its earlier decisions and modifies them in any way that will create breathing room for a law like the heartbeat bill,” Spindelman said.
“To me, the burden is really on the lawyers who select arbitrators,” Cole said. “At the moment of selection, be conscious of the issue.”
“It’s not necessarily inaccurate for Sen. Harris to make this claim, but it is speculative,” Tokaji said.
“I just think the political forces facilitating the status quo are still so strong,” Berman said.
Professor Daniel Tokaji appeared on All Sides with Ann Fisher to discuss U.S. Supreme Court arguments regarding the 2020 census.