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Has the election cycle piqued your interest in elections and voting law? Our Election and Voting Law Research Guide highlights some of the many resources available on topics including voting rights, campaign finance, and the constitutional dimensions of our elections.
Today, the first Monday in October, is a legally significant day. It’s the day the U.S. Supreme Court begins its term. But why the first Monday in October? It seems a random day for the beginning of the term. Actually,
Today is the first day of a new Supreme Court term! You may find the following resources helpful for keeping up on the Supreme Court’s activities: The Supreme Court’s website has an argument schedule, docket information from cases before the
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