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The Ricochet School of Law’s winter session begins, as the professors and Troy Senik opine on a wide range of legal issues this week, including:
The standards that should apply for guns in public versus at home; should SCOTUS tackle more mundane issues?; the IRS and 501(c)4 organizations — are they really non-partisan and what standards should be applied to them?; Missouri vs. California over eggs (yes, you read that right); the Dormant Commerce Clause; direct democracy; and GMO food.
Finally, some Big Questions answered: Can license plates with slogans on them be unconstitutional? Can a judge and prosecutor be Facebook friends? And exactly who is Professor Epstein’s celebrity relative? The answer may make you…mad. Tune in and find out.
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