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Professor @JohnDonohueSLS joins @WGNRadio's Karen Conti to discuss the sociological effects of banning abortion, as well as the potential ramifications of this week’s Supreme Court decision striking down restrictions on concealed carry guns.
https://stanford.io/3AhyIOw

“Relying on 19th century laws — how is that taking into account gender inequality that was pervasive at that time?” says SLS's @MeylerBernie on SCOTUS turning to history books when redefining rights via @sfchronicle. https://stanford.io/3AkVR2q

SLS's @yunpovi talks to @cronkitenews on the SCOTUS ruling allowing states to prosecute non-Natives for crimes against Native people on tribal lands stating, "The right and power of tribes to rule themselves is being dismissed in favor of state power." https://stanford.io/3bEa6oK

Congressional hearings into the January 6, 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol continued on July 28, with new testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House Aide. In a Q&A for Legal Aggregate, Stanford Law School criminal law expert Robert Weisberg, discusses possible charges against ...former president Donald Trump. https://stanford.io/3bFnetZ