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April 2014 -
"DC Council Sues Vince Gray Over Budget Autonomy," coverage by Washingtonian, April 17, 2014, quotes Professor David Super.
"Georgia receives rare reprimand - a formal warning letter," an interview by Atlanta NBC affiliate 11 Alive, April 15, 2014, with Professor David Super. His remarks were also mentioned in another 11 Alive segment and a story in The Washington Times.
"Computer hacking tools continue to stump courts, Congress and law authorities," coverage in Lawyer Herald, April 15, 2014, mentions Professor Laura Donahue.
"‘Bumper crop’ of revelations in new NJ memos," The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC, April 14, 2014, featuring an interview with Professor Paul Butler.
"Monetarization of politics endangers US citizenry," Global Times, April 14, 2014, an opinion piece by Professor Emeritus Norman Birnbaum.
"Squeezing the middle class," Sacramento Bee, April 13, 2014, quoting Professor Peter Edelman.
"Google, once disdainful of lobbying, now a master of Washington influence," The Washington Post, April 12, 2014, quoting Adjunct Professor Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center.
"Who’s who in the Chris Christie investigations," Up with Steve Kornacki on MSNBC, April 12, 2014, featuring an interview with Professor Paul Butler.
"Report: Education Limited For Dominican-Haitians," the Human Rights Institute's report, Left Behind: How Statelessness in the Dominican Republic Limits Children's Access to Education, was covered by the Associated Press, April 11, 2014. The story was picked up by the The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, Fox News and many others.