Eugene Volokh

University of California, Los Angeles

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Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of California, Los Angeles

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Justice Anthony Kennedy announced today that he will retire. Even though Kennedy was appointed by Republican President Ronald Reagan, he was seen the court’s swing vote.

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy retires

Justice Anthony Kennedy announced today that he will retire. Even though Kennedy was appointed by Republican President Ronald Reagan, he was seen the court’s swing vote.

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A pro-Trump and Free Speech Rally in Portland Oregon yesterday attracted a counter-protest across the street. Police made arrests, but nobody was injured.

Portland train attach sparks Free Speech debate

A pro-Trump and Free Speech Rally in Portland Oregon yesterday attracted a counter-protest across the street. Police made arrests, but nobody was injured.

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The attackers in San Bernardino had over 6,000 rounds of ammunition in their house and in their car.

Restricting Ammunition

The attackers in San Bernardino had over 6,000 rounds of ammunition in their house and in their car.

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