Format: 2014-07
Apr 24, 2014
Justia.com - To be honest, I don’t care what his name is, because what is far more important is that Americans understand he is not some lone gunman who happened to lose it one day. He is part of a movement of like-minded believers who hold virulent, white supremacist, anti-Semitic, racist, and misogynist views in the United States. Some, like him, pair those beliefs with violent intentions and actions.
Apr 17, 2014
Salon.com - That kind of bias not only contributes to guilty verdicts for the innocent, it tilts the playing field toward death, particularly for defendants of color.
Apr 9, 2014
OUPBlog - It is thus anomalous that New York State’s personal income tax discourages interstate telecommuting by taxing the compensation non-resident telecommuters earn on the days such telecommuters work at their out-of-state homes.
Apr 8, 2014
The Seattle Times - While people in Stockholm and Seoul are paying $30 per month for gigabit-speed symmetric fiber access, people in Seattle are paying far more for far less.
Mar 31, 2014
Bloomberg View - For a perfect picture of Internet access market power, unconstrained by competition or oversight, consider this week's rumor that Comcast Corp. is talking with Apple Inc. about developing a snazzy new window on television programming.
Mar 21, 2014
March 21, 2014 - Professor Marci Hamilton of Cardozo School of Law and Professor Leslie Griffin of UNLV School of Law have launched a new blog, Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, which focuses on women’s voices, working to bring those issues to the forefront of constitutional law and law and religion debates.  The legal scholars' posts are currently focusing on the oral arguments scheduled for March 25 in the Affordable Care Act contraception mandate cases. 

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