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[Jonathan H. Adler] Whittington on Offensive Speech in the Classroom

In recent weeks there have been several controversies on university campuses over professors' use of offensive langauge in class. Princeton University professor Keith Whittington, author of the forthcoming book, Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech, addresses these controversies … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] The History of Wakanda

The Black Panther was among the first of my favorite comic heroes. The first comic book I had featuring T'Challa of Wakanda was Avengers #126. Given this I was understandably excited to take my daughter to the movie this weekend … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] En Banc D.C. Circuit Upholds Constitutionality of CFPB

This afternoon, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected a constitutional challenge to the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Sitting en banc, the court concluded that limiting the President's ability to remove the CFPB's … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] Good and Bad Critiques of the Mueller Investigation

Republican officeholders, pro-Trump partisans and anti-anti-Trump commentators have become increasingly shrill in their critiques of special counsel Robert Mueller and his investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the U.S. election. Some concerns raised about the … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] PharmaCann Challenges "Racial Quotas" for Ohio Medical Marijuana Licenses

Cleveland.com reports that PharmaCann Ohio, LLC, has filed a constitutional challenge against the states minority set-aside requirement for the issuance of marijuana cultivation licenses. The firm claims that it was denied a license in favor of other, lower scoring firms … Continue reading

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