“Groups Have Deep Ties to Campaigns and Parties They Support, Discrediting Key Assumption in Supreme Court’s Citizens United Decision”

Release: Single-candidate super PACs represented 45 percent of all super PACs that spent at least $100,000 during this election cycle, a new Public Citizen report shows. The report is the latest installment in a series Public Citizen began in October … Continue reading

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“Denying Deference: Civil Rights and Judicial Resistance to Administrative Constitutionalism”

Bertrall Ross has posted this draft on SSRN (University of Chicago Legal Forum).  Here is the abstract: What determines the level of deference the Supreme Court gives to agency interpretations of statutes? One explanation is that deference choices accord with … Continue reading

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“Response: Conscious Congressional Overriding of the Supreme Court, Gridlock, and Partisan Politics”

Jim Buatti and I have posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Texas Law Review See Also).  Here is the abstract:   In a pathbreaking 1991 study of congressional overrides, Yale law professor William N. Eskridge found a rise during the 1970s … Continue reading

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