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Case Explainer

June Medical Services v. Russo (Decision June 29, 2020)

Does the Louisiana regulation on abortion providers violate the Constitution?

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Concepts

Reviewing racism and “otherness” in the history of political thought

Analyzing the self and “otherness” in general philosophy and in the U.S. Constitution.

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Current Events

The most thought-provoking article you’ll read on the Indiana abortion ruling

Are selective abortions that Indiana tried to outlaw a continuation of the late eugenics movement?

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Case Explainer

Jennings v. Rodriguez (Decision February 27, 2018)

The Supreme Court will not use “Constitutional Avoidance” to imply that noncitizen detainees have the right to bond hearings after being held for a certain amount of time.

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Case Explainer

Roe v. Wade (Decision January 22, 1973)

The Supreme Court ruled on the historical Roe v Wade case in 1973. The ruling deemed access to safe, legal abortion was a fundamental right under the US Constitution. But, when can the state ban abortions because of a concern for prenatal life? Check out our latest post and explainer infographic for details.

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Case Explainer

Jennings v. Rodriguez (Argument October 3, 2017)

Are noncitizen entitled bond hearings when detained 6 months or more awaiting a decision on deportation?

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Case Explainer

Why does the Cakeshop case fall on Constitutional free speech instead of discrimination?

Part I: How do the legal claims in this case differ from the same-sex marriage case?

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Concepts

Substantive Due Process: How the Supreme Court accounts for social progress.

What is substantive due process?

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