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Who Will Protect New York’s Kids from Preventable Death and Permanent Disability? Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton discusses an archaic Orthodox Jewish practice that persists despite putting infants at risk of death or permanent injury.

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The 2012 Republican Party Platform: Religion, Women, and Children. Justia columnist and Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton begins her two-part series on the two major-party platforms by focusing, first, on the Republican Party Platform.

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The New Mexico Supreme Court Applies Anti-Discrimination Law to Wedding Photographer Refusing to Photograph Same-Sex Commitment Ceremonies

Some Good News for Human Rights Lawyers in the Supreme Court’s Interpretation of the Alien Tort Statute. Cornell law professor Michael Dorf comments on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on the Alien Tort Statue (ATS), which had been interpreted by many human rights attorneys as opening the way for serious foreign wrongs to be litigated in U.S. courts, including the Supreme Court.

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The Minnesota Supreme Court Rules for the Defendant in a Suit Alleging Online Defamation. Attorney Julie Hilden comments on a case of online defamation, in which a doctor sued a patient’s son for the son’s harsh online reviews regarding the doctor’s care of the patient’s father. The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that none of the statements in the son’s reviews could be sued upon.

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Understanding Why Cash Payments to College Athletes Is a Bad Idea. George Washington University law professor and economist Neil Buchanan explains why cash payments to college athletes does not solve the problems plaguing college athletics.

Eric Cantor’s GOP Rebranding: Same Old Same Old. Former counsel to the president John Dean offers a sharp critique of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s recent speech, “Make Life Work for More People.” Dean sees the speech as a pure public relations move, to initiate a kind of rebranding of the Republican Party.

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The Prospects for Presidential Election Reform. Law professor and dean designate of the University of Illinois College of Law Vikram David Amar provides an update on the so-called National Popular Vote (NPV) interstate compact plan in light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in Arizona Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.

Are “Advisory” Measures” Permitted on the California Ballot? UC Davis law professor Vikram David Amar discusses a recent decision by the California Supreme Court temporarily blocking an “advisory” measure from appearing on the ballot.

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