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Edward Foley

Professor Ned Foley featured on WOSU’s All Sides With Ann Fisher discussing politics and the coronavirus

Professor Ned Foley was recently featured on All Sides with Ann Fisher discussing how politics are being directly impacted by COVID-19. “It is very rare to adjust the time of an election,” Foley said of Ohio postponing its primary due […]

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Christopher Walker

Professor Christopher Walker co-authors op-ed in The Regulatory Review

Professor Christopher Walker recently co-authored an article in The Regulatory Review with Johnathan Adler of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law titled, “Reviving Congress’s Ambition.” In the op-ed, Walker and Adler cite their forthcoming article in the Iowa Law Review and […]

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Peter Shane

Peter Shane publishes op-ed in The Atlantic discussing President Trump’s administration

Professor Peter Shane, an expert in election law, recently published an op-ed in The Atlantic titled, “Trump’s Quiet Power Grab.” In the article, Shane discusses how he believes the “president’s administration is attempting to bring thousands of federal employees under his […]

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Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler co-authors op-ed in The Hill

Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler recently co-authored an op-ed in The Hill titled, “It’s time to add graphic warnings to cigarettes.” The op-ed was co-authored by Ohio State researcher Theodore L. Wagener, and Tony Yang of George Washington University, with whom Zettler […]

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Professor Patricia Zettler featured on WOSU discussing support of graphic warning labels on cigarette packaging

Professor Patricia Zettler, an expert on tobacco law and policy, recently discussed her new article on FDA warning labels with Nicole Rasul of WOSU. “The gist of our argument is that the images are really factual,” Zettler said. “They’re not […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Ned Foley quoted in New York Times article discussing Mitt Romney’s place with Republican Party

Professor Ned Foley was recently quoted in a New York Times article titled, “Mitt Romney Is a ‘Judas’ to Many Republicans. But Not in Utah.“ In the piece, Foley discussed a recall bill that has been promoted by national conservative […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Ned Foley publishes op-ed in Politico discussing President Trump’s impeachment

An expert on election law, Professor Ned Foley recently published an op-ed in Politico titled, “Impeachment Was Supposed to Protect the 2020 Election. Now, It’s Worse Off.” “Both Republicans and Democrats said their positions on impeachment were intended to protect […]

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Free and Fair with Franita and Foley

With the 2020 election just months away, election scholars Edward Foley (Ohio State University Moritz College of Law) and Franita Tolson (USC Gould School of Law) have launched a new podcast, Free and Fair with Franita and Foley. Together, they will […]

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Steve Huefner

Professor Steve Huefner featured on WOSU’s All Sides with Ann Fisher

An expert in election law, Professor Steve Huefner recently made an appearance on WOSU’s All Sides with Ann Fisher to discuss voter suppression in the state of Ohio. Huefner, who its also the Senior Fellow of Election Law at Moritz, […]

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Assistant Professor Courtlyn Roser-Jones offers advice for talking politics in the workplace

Assistant Professor Courtlyn Roser-Jones was recently interviewed by Cleveland.com in an article titled, Talk politics at work with caution: Tips to avoid pitfalls. Roser-Jones, who joined the faculty at Moritz in 2018, said that bringing up politics in the workplace should […]

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Douglas Berman

Professor Douglas Berman quoted in Law360 article discussing U.S. Supreme Court Justices focusing on career offenders

An expert on criminal law and procedure, Professor Douglas A. Berman was recently quoted in an article by Law360 titled, “In Dissent: Why 2 Justices Keep Spotlighting Career Offenders.” “As a justice, you might be trying to figure out, is […]

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Professor Daniel Tokaji believes voter registration amendment could boost turnout

An expert on election law, Professor Daniel Tokaji was recently interviewed by WOSU for an article titled, “Ohio Professor Believes Voter Registration Amendment Could Boost Turnout.” Tokaji, the Charles W. Ebersold and Florence Whitcomb Ebersold Professor of Constitutional Law at Moritz […]

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