U.S. law treats Native American children very differently than other children.
In this information age, the Supreme Court should make clear that censoring professionals is intolerable.
In a new case from North Carolina, the Supreme Court may limit Parker immunity.
The new health care law’s proponents have done long‐lasting damage to constitutional order.
The Supreme Court can provide consistent and principled protection to the right to speak.
In Knox v. SEIU, the Supreme Court protected the expressive rights of workers.
State "certificate of necessity" laws protect firms, not consumers.
Is protectionism a legitimate state interest?
The practice is flawed, but not unconstitutional.