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"Lawmakers Tangle Over Renewing Surveillance Law," coverage on NPR's All Things Considered, July 30, 2012, featuring Adjunct Professor Carrie Cordero, director of National Security Studies.
"CBO's Updated Affordable Care Act Estimates: Resting on Shaky Assumptions?," a blog post in Health Affairs by Sara Rosenbaum and Visiting Professor Timothy Westmoreland, senior scholar at the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, July 31, 2012.
"Barack Obama Can Absolutely Replace Ed DeMarco," a post in the Washington Post WONKBLOG, July 31, 2012, featuring Professor Adam Levitin.
"Visting a Detainee in the D.C. Jail Is Now Done by Video," an article in the Washington Post, July 28, 2012, featuring Professor Louis Michael Seidman.
Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, discussed the impact of weather extremes and climate change on transportation infrastructure on WTOP Radio, July 27, 2012.
"Tipping the Scales," a story in the National Journal about Chief Justice John Roberts, July 26, 2012, featuring Professor Randy Barnett.
"Weather Extremes Leave Parts of U.S. Grid Buckling," coverage in the New York Times, July 25, 2012, featuring Visiting Professor Vicki Arroyo, L'94, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.
"Obama's Copper Curtain," an opinion piece by Adjunct Professor Warren L. Dean Jr. in the Washington Times, July 24, 2012.
"Marine Corps Create Law Enforcement Battalions,"coverage by the Associated Press, July 22, 2012, featuring Adjunct Professor Gary Solis.
"Your BFF at the Bar Would Like to Have a Few Words with You," a Forbes post featuring Professor Judith Areen about Best Friends at the Bar: The New Balance for Today's Woman Lawyer, a new book authored by Susan Smith Blakely, L'79, July 20, 2102.