9781939709561

Cato Supreme Court Review 2013-2014

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    9781939709561

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    1939709563

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2014-10-07
  • Publisher: Natl Book Network

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Table of Contents

Topics & Contributors for the 2013-2014 CSCR

FOREWORD – The Review’s publisher examines the tension between constitutional principle and constitutional politics.
By Roger Pilon

CAMPAIGN FINANCE – McCutcheon v. FEC – Is the government justified in limiting the total amount that someone can donate to political campaigns if that person complies with each donation limit?
By Allen Dickerson

SATIRE, TRUTHINESS, AND ELECTIONS – Susan B. Anthony List v. Dreihaus – Ohio criminalizes making false statements about political candidates.
By Ilya Shapiro

OBAMACARE MANDATES & RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood v. Sebelius – Can private businesses be forced to provide contraceptives that violate their owners’ religious beliefs?
By Richard A. Epstein

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE – Town of Greece v. Galloway – Can a town council open its sessions with a prayer?
By Eric Rassbach

NO-SPEECH BUFFER ZONES – McCullen v. Coakley – The First Amendment implications of a Massachusetts law restricting speech outside an abortion clinic.
By Trevor Burrus

RECESS APPOINTMENTS – NLRB v. Noel Canning – The dispute regarding appointments that Obama made when the Senate claimed it wasn’t in recess.
By Bryan J. Leitch

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION – Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action – Can a state’s voters outlaw the use of racial preferences in university admissions?
By David E. Bernstein

TREATY POWER – Bond v. United States – The denouement of a curious saga involving adultery, federalism, and chemical weapons.
By Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz

LABOR LAW – Harris v. Quinn – Can Illinois force home healthcare aides to join public sector unions solely because they’re compensated by state Medicaid programs?
By Jacob Huebert

CELL PHONE SEARCHES – Riley v. California and United States v. Wurie – How far can police go in searching the information stored on cell phones?
By Andrew Pincus

SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS – In this written version of last year’s B. Kenneth Simon Memorial Lecture, Judge David B. Sentelle examines this much-misunderstood part of the First Amendment.


LOOKING AHEAD – Noted Supreme Court advocate Miguel Estrada and Ashley S. Boizelle outline and predict the 2014-2015 term.

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