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Saturday 15 Oct 2016

JURIST contributing editor Allen Rostron of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law discusses new gun laws enacted in Missouri and proposed in Pennsylvania and how they reflect an insatiable appetite for enacting pro-gun legislation even when gun rights are well secured under existing laws... While gun control remains a bitterly divisive issue, [read more]

Monday 10 Oct 2016

JURIST Contributing Editor William G. Ross of the Cumberland School of Law discusses the implications that the choice to vote for either presidential candidate in this upcoming election will have in the Supreme Court... Since this year's presidential election is likely to tip the ideological balance of the US Supreme [read more]

Sunday 2 Oct 2016

JURIST Guest Columnist Michael T. Morley of Barry University School of Law discusses the recent Newby case in regard to the necessity of proof-of-citizenship required by Alabama, Georgia and Kansas ... Citizenship, a time-honored concept that traces back to the world's earliest republics, is generally accepted as a legitimate requirement [read more]

Sunday 2 Oct 2016

JURIST Guest Columnist Michael Gilbert of the University of Virginia School of Law discusses a decision by the DC Circuit Court of Appeals on the Newby case, in reaction to Alabama, Kansas and Georgia's requirement on proof of citizenship before voting... For years, states have been sounding the alarm about [read more]

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