Georgetown Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection: “ex-CYBERSECURITY officials: CENSUS Bureau must address hacking concerns”

Via email: On the heels of new indictments of Russians for hacking the 2016 election, former cybersecurity officials are warning that the nation’s “foundation for fair and just elections” — the Census — could be ripe for hacking. Despite repeated calls … Continue reading

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“Senate report affirms intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia favored Trump over Clinton”

WaPo: A Senate panel investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election released Tuesday a written summary of its determination that the U.S. intelligence community correctly concluded Moscow sought to help Donald Trump win. The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report affirms conclusions that … Continue reading

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“Did Justice Anthony Kennedy Just Signal His Retirement? The depressing defeatism of Kennedy’s work this term indicates his time on the court could be coming to an end.”

I have written this piece for Slate. It begins: For Anthony Kennedy, America’s most powerful jurist, this term has brought unexpected and surprising expressions of powerlessness. After Tuesday’s ruling in the Trump travel ban case, it’s starting to feel like the … Continue reading

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Breaking: Supreme Court Sends Gill Back on Standing Grounds; Dismisses Benisek on Preliminary Injunction Grounds

SCOTUS dismisses partisan gerrymandering case Gill for lack of standing: https://t.co/ro7DiQlmuY See earlier post: https://t.co/Kzn6RRTKXK After the Maryland Redistricting Argument at the Supreme Court, Will the Effort to Rein In Partisan Gerrymandering End with a Whimper? — Rick Hasen (@rickhasen) … Continue reading

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