Elsa Larsen—Back in the day, your bookie knew your name, your favorite team, wrote you a ticket by hand, and smiled when you came for a winning payout. This is the Las Vegas sports-betting era that Parker remembers. Parker was lucky enough to live in Nevada—at the time, the state held a monopoly on sports […]READ FULL ARTICLE
By Nicholas Barry Creel | Georgia College and State University, Assistant Professor of Business Law and EthicsJuly 21, 2021—The Supreme Court decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee regarding Arizona election laws immediately and predictably drew considerable criticism from numerous voting rights advocates. The two laws challenged in this instance allowed election officials to discard […]READ FULL ARTICLE
By: Tyler Yeargain | Associate Director, Yale Center for Environmental Law and PolicyFebruary 15, 2021—What if things had gone differently in 2020? There are countless ways to present the hypothetical—what if Pete Buttigieg had won Iowa outright, and walked away from the caucus with momentum? What if Joe Biden hadn’t been endorsed by Congressman Jim […]READ FULL ARTICLE
Lindsay Rostron—In the wise words of Bob Dylan, “for the times they are a-changin’.” One of these big changes is in energy development, production, and consumption. Regardless of political views, burning fossil fuels is not a sustainable energy source. Society needs a more viable resource for energy consumption to match the digitized industrial era of […]READ FULL ARTICLE
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