Private Cemeteries, Memorial Crosses, and Liquor Licenses: Another Supreme Court Term in the Books
Monday, July 1, 2019
12:00 – 12:30PM EDT
What do private cemeteries, memorial crosses, and liquor licenses have to do with your personal rights and freedoms? According to the latest Supreme Court rulings, quite a lot.
With another Supreme Court term reaching its end, the Cato Institute’s highly successful amicus brief program, led by Ilya Shapiro, once again made a blockbuster showing.
Ilya led Cato in filing 86 amicus briefs in 2018; of those, 19 were in cases heard by the Supreme Court and another 36 asked the Court to take the case. This term Cato filed 16 briefs on the merits and went 12–4, handily beating the federal government’s record of 12–11.
In this Sponsor eBriefing, Ilya Shapiro, director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies, will highlight some standout cases from the latest Supreme Court term, providing insights on how these rulings will impact your individual freedoms and future court cases. He’ll also be discussing the Gorsuch/Kavanaugh split, voting blocs, and more.
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