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Lawmakers Urged to Evaluate Cost-Benefits of Prison, coverage in Ozarksfirst.com, November 30, 2013, featuring Adjunct Professor Stephen Hanlon.
"The Courts Still Can Pull the Plug on Obamacare: Guest Commentary," coverage in the Los Angeles Daily News, November 29, 2013, quotes Professor Randy Barnett.
"Long-Shot Legal Challenges to Health Care Law Abound," coverage in USA Today, November 29, 2013, quotes Professor Randy Barnett.
"Barbershop Guys Take Time to Listen (For a Change!)," a segment on NPR, November 27, 2013, featuring Professor Paul Butler.
"Obama Said He Can't Stop Deportations of Immigrants, But Maybe He Can," CNN Politics, November 26, 2013, quotes Georgetown Law professor Philip Schrag.
"Debate: Does Spying Keep Us Safe?," coverage by NPR, November 26, 2013, featuring Professor David Cole.
"Remembering Doris Lessing," a piece by Professor Emeritus Norman Birnbaum in The Nation, November 25, 2013.
"Google Cars Update Lee County Map, Worry Privacy Watchdogs," coverage in the Daily Journal: Northeast Mississippi News, November 23, 2013, quoting Professor Marc Rotenberg, executive director of EPIC.
"Everything you need to know about Thursday's filibuster change," coverage in the Washington Post, November 21, 2013, about the recent change regarding the judicial confirmation process, featuring Professor Nina Pillard.
"Senate’s Filibuster Decision Could Reshape Influential D.C. Federal Appeals Court," coverage in the Washington Post, November 21, 2013, featuring Professor Nina Pillard.