Erica Smith discusses the school choice movement and how Blaine Amendments have hampered some school choice programs. She advocates strongly, based primarily on the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment, against the use of Blaine Amendments to undermine school choice. [Read Now]
Jeremy Rosen and Felix Shafir discuss different types of state anti-SLAPP laws and argue that federal anti-SLAPP legislation would help to improve the legal landscape for free speech by offering a backstop for targets of speech-suppressing litigation. [Read Now]
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In this article, Ken Davis notes public distrust of the federal government in light of recent scandals, and proposes that a new federal statute authorizing civil rights lawsuits against federal officials could help to mitigate that distrust. [Read Now]