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October 2014 -

Sheryll Cashin Profile

"Where Is America Today on Racial Inequality?," Cheat Sheet, October 13, 2014, quoting Professor Sheryll Cashin.

"Light penalties the norm for state utilities following fatal accidents," Morning Call, October 13, 2014, quoting Adjunct Professor Scott Hempling.

Randy Barnett Profile

"Conservatives quiet on court's gay-marriage inaction," USA Today, October 13, 2014, quoting Professor Randy Barnett.

"Supreme Court’s actions are monumental, but the why of its reasoning often missing," Washington Post, October 12, 2014, quoting Visiting Professor Irving Gornstein, executive director of the Supreme Court Institute.

"Supreme Court to decide if standing in line is work," MassLive.com, October 10, 2014, mentioning Lecturer Paul Clement.

Lawrence Gostin Profile

"What happens when the government quarantines people," Washington Post, October 10, 2014, quoting Professor Lawrence Gostin.

Lawrence Gostin Profile

"Ebola screening measures rest on federal law," Associated Press, October 10, 2014, quoting Professor Lawrence Gostin.

Vicki Arroyo Profile

"These 14 States Have a Plan for Climate Change. The Rest of You Are Screwed," coverage in Mother Jones, October 10, 2014, featuring Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center.

Lawrence Gostin Profile

"Global Response to Ebola," an interview with Professor Lawrence Gostin, executive director of the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, by C-SPAN, October 10, 2014. Further coverage is in The Washington Post and The Detroit News.

Peter Edelman Profile

"Minimum wage is a civil and human rights issue," an op-ed co-written by Professor Peter Edelman in The Hill, October 10, 2014, 


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