Electoral College Game Day

It’s the first post-election Law Talk, and Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo are here to answer all your questions about the Trump Administration: are there legal consequences for the incoming president’s potential conflicts of interest? Could a President Trump really strip flag-burners of their citizenship? Will Attorney General Jeff Sessions thwart marijuana legalization in the states?

Plus, what Obama Administration initiatives will be hardest to undo? And exactly what responsibility do members of the Electoral College have to voters? Then stick around to hear Epstein on California’s bizarre new IMDB law and Yoo on gambling in the Caribbean. In other words, just another day in the faculty lounge.

Booyah, @EJHill

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  1. J Ro Member

    “Because Trump won, it can be undone.”

    –John Yoo

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    • November 30, 2016, at 12:46 AM PST
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  2. Texmoor Coolidge

    Awesome graphic for this podcast! I would get up early on Saturday to watch this.

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    • November 30, 2016, at 7:10 AM PST
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  3. Hartmann von Aue Member

    This was a terrific podcast gentlemen. Thanks!

    So, Dr. Yoo, where exactly is the line between non-cooperation and active obstruction in questions of local or state vs. federal authority?

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    • November 30, 2016, at 1:12 PM PST
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