Garrett Epps

University of Baltimore / Atlantic Magazine

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Garrett Epps is a professor of law at the University of Baltimore and a contributing editor at the Atlantic.

He is a former professor of law at the University of Oregon.

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President Trump says he’s planning to sign an executive order that would no longer grant citizenship to babies born on U.S. soil -- to undocumented immigrants.

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President Trump says he’s planning to sign an executive order that would no longer grant citizenship to babies born on U.S. soil -- to undocumented immigrants.

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The  grilling began today  for Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's nominee to the US Supreme Court.

Neil Gorsuch confirmation hearings, day two

The grilling began today for Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's nominee to the US Supreme Court.

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The federal government says the state of North Carolina is violating the civil rights of transgender people.

Use the Bathroom, Break the Law

The federal government says the state of North Carolina is violating the civil rights of transgender people.

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