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Stanford Law’s David Sklansky weighs in on Biden documents

Stanford Law’s David Sklansky offers perspective on the special counsel investigation of President Biden’s possession of documents from his service in the Obama administration.

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Police Facebook posts disproportionately highlight crimes involving Black suspects, study finds

Researchers examined crime-related posts from 14,000 Facebook pages maintained by U.S. law enforcement agencies and found that Facebook users are exposed to posts that overrepresent Black suspects by 25% relative to local arrest rates.

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Stanford’s Ralph Richard Banks on critical race theory

Stanford’s Ralph Richard Banks, co-founder and faculty director of the Stanford Center for Racial Justice, discusses critical race theory and why legislators and parents are trying to control what students learn about it.

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How the Inflation Reduction Act affects healthcare

Michelle Mello, a leading scholar of health law, discusses the new legislation and its impact on Americans’ healthcare – including historic caps on monthly prescription costs for retirees.

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David Sklansky on the documents at Mar-a-Lago

Stanford criminal law expert David Sklansky discusses the theories swirling around the classified documents retrieved from the former president’s Florida residence and explains what could happen next.

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The Fight to Save the Town explores government collapse in poor communities across the country

Professor Michelle Wilde Anderson’s new book explores how local leaders are confronting government collapse in poor communities across the country.

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Stanford’s Deborah Sivas on Supreme Court’s decision to limit EPA’s powers to fight climate change

Stanford law Professor and environmental law expert Deborah Sivas explains the key points of the SCOTUS decision to reduce the regulatory power of the EPA and discusses the implications for climate change.

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Stanford’s Shirin Sinnar on the Buffalo shooting, hate crimes, and domestic terrorism

In the wake of the Buffalo shooting, Stanford Law School’s Shirin Sinnar discusses the scale of white supremacist violence in the U.S. and the rise of hate crimes.

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Constitutional law scholar Bernadette Meyler on SCOTUS memo

Law Professor Bernadette Meyler discusses the leaked Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization memo and the implications of a possible decision.

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Stanford Cyber Policy Center partners up

The nation’s leading academic center for research on policy governing digital technology has become a joint initiative of the Stanford Law School and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.

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