The Supreme Court’s vacatur concludes Trump v. IRAP without spectacle.
Josh Blackman is an Associate Professor at the South Texas College of Law Houston, and the author of Unraveled: Obamacare, Religious Liberty, and Executive Power.
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On Sunday night, the Trump administration has reiterated what had been its position all along: that the so-called travel ban was needed to give the government an opportunity to reassess its policies.
Below is an excerpt of a piece that appears on our Foreign Policy feed.
A response to Sandy Levinson and Mark Graber's new essay on the constitutional powers of an anti-Publian president.
Though lawful, the Arpaio will have unfortunate consequences for separation of powers.
Rather than serving as a “unitary” executive, President Trump is something of a “solitary executive,” who is increasingly isolated within his own administration.
Why the Virginia protests happened where they did.