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Article ID: 563788

Internet Age Needs Clear Regulation: Cornell Computer Law Expert

Cornell University

Tracy Mitrano, Cornell University’s director of IT Policy and its director of Computer Policy and Law Programs, comments on the recent Federal Appeals Court decision in Comcast v. Federal Communication Commission and the FCC’s efforts to enforce “network neutrality” on Internet providers.

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22-Apr-2010 3:30 PM EDT
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Article ID: 563436

Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian Releases Book on Capital Punishment

University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin)

In a year when the death penalty continues to stir passions from Texas to Connecticut and beyond, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Oshinsky’s new book will help Americans better understand the history, politics and role of capital punishment in the United States.

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14-Apr-2010 12:10 PM EDT
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Article ID: 563316

News Source on Supreme Court, John Paul Stevens

Johns Hopkins University

If you're looking for an expert to put the career and legacy of John Paul Stevens into perspective — as well as someone who can talk about what happens next and how the high court will likely change — consider Johns Hopkins University Professor Joel Grossman.

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12-Apr-2010 3:55 PM EDT
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Article ID: 563249

Implications of the Impending Retirement of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens: Cornell Expert

Cornell University

Michael C. Dorf, constitutional law scholar, former Supreme Court law clerk and professor at Cornell University Law School, discusses the implications of the impending retirement of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.

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9-Apr-2010 3:50 PM EDT
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Article ID: 563219

‘Pragmatic Populist’ Retires: Former Clerk Reflects on Stevens and the Supreme Court

Washington University in St. Louis

“The retirement announcement of Justice John Paul Stevens does not comes as a big surprise, but it is still a sad day,” says Gregory P. Magarian, J.D., former Stevens clerk and professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis. “The Supreme Court is losing a great jurist and a great man.” Magarian calls Stevens a “pragmatic populist” because of the way he approached his decisions with the Court.“Stevens always has been very focused on what a Supreme Court decision is going to do to an ordinary person,” he says. “He has never written an opinion just to make a point or put on a show."

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9-Apr-2010 12:00 PM EDT
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Article ID: 562811

UNC Genetics Policy, Law, Medicine Expert Agrees with Gene Patenting Ruling

University of North Carolina Health Care System

“I think that Judge Sweet showed an impressive understanding of genetics and some of the nuances involved. I agree with him," says Jim Evans, who led an HHS task force on gene patenting and a school to teach judges about genetics.

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30-Mar-2010 12:20 PM EDT
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Article ID: 560616

SCOTUS Campaign Spending Decision Delivers Blow to Political Process

Washington University in St. Louis

The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn campaign spending limits for corporations “strikes a serious blow against efforts to stem the dominance of corporations in our political process,” says Gregory P. Magarian, J.D., constitutional and election law expert at Washington University in St. Louis. “The Court overruled a longstanding decision that had struck a sensible, carefully drawn balance between the self-interest of corporations and interests of integrity and fairness in the political process.“

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22-Jan-2010 12:55 PM EST
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Article ID: 560594

University of South Carolina Judicial Politics Expert Can Discuss U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Election Laws

University of South Carolina

Top judicial politics expert can discuss impact of U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on election laws, campaign financing.

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22-Jan-2010 10:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 560553

More Nasty Ads Expected Outcome of Supreme Court Ruling

Vanderbilt University

Count on more political attack ads in 2010 after a Supreme Court ruling lifting the ban on corporation and labor donations, according to political scientist John Geer.

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21-Jan-2010 2:50 PM EST
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Article ID: 560204

Free Speech Expert and Author Available to Discuss Supreme Court Decision in Campaign Speech Case

University of Iowa

A University of Iowa free speech expert is available to discuss the Supreme Court decision expected this week in a case that could overturn limits on campaign spending by some organizations.

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11-Jan-2010 11:50 AM EST
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