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Professor Epstein’s on Lake Michigan, Professor Yoo’s in an undisclosed location, and Law Talk is back in session. This week: the professors clash on affirmative action; Debate whether prayer before government meetings falls afoul of the First Amendment; Defend an attack on their salaries from Justice Scalia; Consider whether Donald Sterling has any chance of retaining ownership of the L.A. Clippers; and explore just how much power Congress has to get answers from the White House on the Benghazi scandal. Also, an answer to the greatest legal query of this or any age: can you be sued by your chimp … or extraterrestrials? We’re asking for a friend.
Note: we had some issues with Professor Yoo’s audio connection about 10 minutes into the show. Rest assured, he has been properly admonished.
You’re out of order, EJHill.
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