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"'Work requirements' for public benefits are really just time limits," an opinion piece by Professor David Super, appearing in the Los Angeles Times, on January 15, 2018.

"Activists push to make MLK's Poor People's Campaign a reality," coverage by NBC News, January 15, 2018, quoting Professor Peter Edelman.

"The forgotten dream of Martin Luther King Jr.," coverage by The Washington Post, January 14, 2018, quoting Professor Peter Edelman.

Professor Peter Edelman appeared on C-SPAN2's After Word, January 13, 2018, to discuss his book Not a Crime to Be Poor: The Criminalization of Poverty in America (originally recorded Nov. 7, 2017).

"Why California Is a Progressive Model for the Democratic Party," coverage by The Huffington Post, January 13, 2018, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.

"Peter Edelman on California as a Progressive Model for the Democratic Party (Audio)," coverage by Truthdig, January 12, 2018, an interview with Professor Peter Edelman.

"How President Clinton Betrayed the Poor," coverage by The Huffington Post, January 5, 2018, quoting Professor Peter Edelman, director, Center on Poverty and Inequality.

"Not a Crime to be Poor," an interview broadcast by KCRW (Santa Monica, California), January 5, 2018, featuring Professsor Peter Edelman, director of the Center on Poverty and Inequality. Edelman's interview was also covered by the HuffPost.

"Sessions Revokes Law Enforcement Guidance On Fining Poor Defendants," coverage in NPR, December 24, 2017, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.

"Attorneys and the Pretense of Knowledge," a Competitive Enterprise Institute blog, December 20, 2017, quoting Professor Michael Gottesman.

"Another 'emergency,' another rollback of environment protections," an opinion piece in The Hill, December 13, 2017, by Professor David A. Super.

"Author Peter Edelman discusses how poverty has become a crime at today's City Club forum," by cleveland.com, December 13, 2017, featuring an announcement for a talk by Professor Peter Edelman, Faculty Director Center on Poverty and Inequality.

"Mostly White and Male: Diversity Still Lags Among SCOTUS Law Clerks," by the National Law Journal, December 11, 2017, quoting Professor Sheryll Cashin.

"Members of Congress, Policy Advocates Honored in Washington, D.C. by Pasadena-Based National Hispanic Media Coalition," by Pasadena Now, December 11, 2017, featuring Professor Angela Campbell.

"Longtime poverty crusader makes impassioned call for justice," coverage in Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, December 6, 2017, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.

"Analysis: FCC's net neutrality plan may have even bigger ramifications in light of obscure court case," coverage in the Chicago Tribune, December 7, 2017, featuring Professor David Vladeck.

"Overnight Energy: Trump shrinks two Utah national monuments," coverage in The Hill, December 4, 2017, featuring Professor David Super.

"'Not a Crime to Be Poor' Explores the Criminalization of Poverty," coverage in WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio, December 1, 2017, featuring Professor Peter Edelman.

"Mick Mulvaney is now one of the most powerful bureaucrats in the country," coverage in The Washington Post, November 30, 2017, featuring Professor Adam Levitin.

"English v. Trump and the Future of the CFPB’s Independence," coverage by the Center for American Progress, November 29, 2017, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"The story behind the strange controversy engulfing Elizabeth Warren’s brainchild agency," coverage by Boston.com, November 28, 2017, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"CFPB’s Temporary Leadership Hinges On Judge’s Analysis," coverage by Law 360, November 27, 2017, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"CFPB Leadership Battle 'Like Something Out of Game of Thrones': 'BradCast' 11/27/2017," coverage by Brad Blog, November 27, 2017, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

"Law professor talks labor rights and trade agreements," coverage by The Daily Texan (Austin, Tex.), November 27, 2017, quoting Professor Alvaro Santos.

"The next Trump legal crisis: Who is in charge at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?," coverage by Quartz, November 27, 2017, quoting Professor Adam Levitin.

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