In the News
Read the articles below for coverage of SALPAL's work and opinions, and issues affecting state and local government:
3/24/2021 (Health Affairs) – Quarantines, And Travel Restrictions, During COVID And Beyond: What’s The Law, And How Should We Decide?
5/14/20 (The Street) – What Are Your Rights In A Crisis?
4/14/20 (Newsy) – Can Trump Force States to Reopen? Experts Say No
4/8/20 (Courthouse News Service) – Experts See Ovverreach by Governors Responding to Pandemic
4/8/2020 (Georgetown University) – COVID-19 Crisis Bringing Out Best and Worst in State and Local Leadership
3/30/20 (WPTV) – Right to Travel Across State Lines Under Scrutiny Due to Coronavirus
3/25/20 (Politico) – Florida’s Move to Pull in Its Welcome Mat May Draw Court Challenge
3/23/20 (Casper Star Tribune) – 307 Politics: States Take Lead on Coronavirus Response – Where Does Wyoming Stand?
3/22/20 (Dayton Daily News) – Coronavirus: DeWine ‘in the vanguard of state leaders across the U.S.’
10/11/20 (ABC News) – A ‘Twitterized Bush v Gore 2.0’? It’s Possible, Election Experts Say (coverage of SALPAL Secretary of State event)
6/2/20 (Catholic News Agency) – Can Trump Legally Deploy Troops? Yes, Say Catholic University Law Profs
2/13/2020 (WAMU) – Should D.C. Businesses Be Forced to Accept Cash In An Era of Digital Payments?
5/23/2019 (The Hill) – Indictment of Massachusetts Judge Invades State Court Independence (by Meryl Chertoff)
10/30/2019 (CityLab) – The City and State Diplomacy Act in Congress Reflects a New World Order
4/25/2019 (CityLab) – Cities Are Rising in Influence and Power on the Global Stage
3/26/2021 (Public Morality Podcast) – Exec. Dir. Meryl Chertoff and Prof. Sheila Foster on D.C. Statehood