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Climate Change Regulations Rollback
Professor Deborah Sivas
explains the planned roll back of several key climate-change regulations, including much stricter fuel efficiency/vehicle pollution standards
and how these changes might impact greenhouse gases and climate change.
Labor Rights in the Gig Economy
Professor William B. Gould IV
discusses the recently passed California Assembly Bill 5, which could upend the definition of contract employees, and objections to it by Lyft and Uber.
Terrorist Watch List
Professor Shirin Sinnar
discusses the Sept. 4 district court decision that ruled that the government's watchlist of known or suspected terrorists violates the constitutional rights of American citizens.
Assault Weapons Ban
Professor John Donohue
points to his empirical research in this
New York Times
op-ed, arguing that the assault weapons ban from 1994-2004 had a significant impact.
Mixing Law and Diplomacy
, we look at Jordi AgustÍ-Panareda, JSM ’03, JSD ’05, Head of Unit and Coordinator for Freedom of Association at the International Labour Organization (ILO).
In the News
is available on iTunes. Listen and subscribe to the podcast
to listen to the latest episodes:
Wealth, Inequality, and Taxes with Jacob Goldin and Joe Bankman
View past recordings on
co-hosted by Professors Pamela Karlan and Joseph Bankman, airs Saturdays and Sundays, bi-weekly on SiriusXM Insight 121.
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Theology and Canon Law
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