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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.

"What's At Stake In The Opioid Lawsuits," coverage by Idea Stream, January 12, 2018, quoting Professor Maria Glover.

"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.

"The Rights of Nature Movement Goes on Trial," coverage by Rolling Stone, January 10, 2018, quoting Professor Hope Babcock.

"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.

"How Scott Pruitt turned the EPA into one of Trump’s most powerful tools,"coverage in The Washington Post, December 28, 2017, featuring Professor  Lisa Heinzerling.

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

National Law Review, December 20, 2017, covered a Federal Trade Commission Information Injury Workshop, featuring Professor Paul Ohm as a panelist.

 

"Facebook wants your face data — in the name of privacy, it says," coverage in The Washington Post, December 19, 2017, quoting Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director, Center on Privacy and Technology.

 

"In defamation case, Trump offers new twist in Bill Clinton’s Paula Jones defense," coverage in The Washington Post, December 19, 2017, quoting Professor Naomi Mezey and Associate Professor J. Maria Glover.

 

"In defamation case, Trump offers new twist in Bill Clinton’s Paula Jones defense," coverage in The Washington Post, December 19, 2017, quoting Professor Naomi Mezey and Associate Professor J. Maria Glover.

 

"Trump’s Approval Rating Nose Dives As Bill For Sexual Assault Investigation Is Introduced," coverage by the Inquisitr, December 15, 2017, quoting Professors Naomi Mezey and Susan Low Bloch.

"4 small words may hamstring Trump team's WOTUS overhaul", coverage in GreenWire, December 14, 2017, quoting Professor Lisa Heinzerling and Professor William Buzbee.

"4 small words may hamstring Trump team's WOTUS overhaul", coverage in GreenWire, December 14, 2017, quoting Professor Lisa Heinzerling and Professor William Buzbee.

"Is collecting data on consumers unfair?" by CBS News MoneyWatch, December 14, 2017, quoting Professor Paul Ohm. 

"4 small words may hamstring Trump team's WOTUS overhaul," by E&E News, December 14, 2017, quoting Professor Lisa Heinzerling.

"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.

"FTC seeks to hone data-protection enforcement efforts on eve of net-neutrality repeal," by Inside CyberSecurity, December 12, 2017. quoting Professor Paul Ohm

"NYC immigrants fear raids as city fails to destroy ID card records," by NBC News, December 12, 2017, quoting Professor Alvaro Beydoa, executive director of the Center on Privacy & Technology.

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