Jeremy Rabkin

Professor of Constitutional Law, George Mason University Law School

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Professor of Constitutional Law at George Mason University Law School

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Yesterday, government officials toured the  Thomson Correctional Facility , an unoccupied state prison 150 miles northwest of Chicago.  It might be the next stop for prisoners now held…

Obama Administration Eyes Gitmo North in Thomson, Illinois

Yesterday, government officials toured the Thomson Correctional Facility , an unoccupied state prison 150 miles northwest of Chicago.  It might be the next stop for prisoners now held…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Closing Guantanamo Bay means finding another place for some 200 prisoners Donald Rumsfeld once called "the worst of the worst."

Closing Guantanamo: Easier Said than Done

Closing Guantanamo Bay means finding another place for some 200 prisoners Donald Rumsfeld once called "the worst of the worst."

from To the Point

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Sometimes progress depends on states going their own way.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

In California, more than 4.5 million voters have already returned their mail-in ballots. Over a third of those ballots are from voters ages 65 and up. According to Dr.

from KCRW Features

About one-third of all California eligible voters have voted by mail, and more than 100 in-person voting centers in LA opened over the weekend.

from Greater LA

State officials are cracking down on unofficial ballot drop boxes placed by Republicans in LA, Orange, and Fresno counties.

from KCRW Features

The Census count ends midnight Hawaii time. The Supreme Court earlier this week allowed the Trump administration to cut the Census count by about two weeks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

If passed, Proposition 22 would reclassify app-based drivers with companies like Uber, Lyft, Doordash, and Instacart as independent contractors.

from Greater LA

Measure J would set aside 10% of locally-generated unrestricted money in LA County's budget — to be spent on alternatives to incarceration.

from KCRW Features

T he Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to debate and vote on the president’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. The debate starts at 6 a.m. PT.

The Senate Judiciary Committee wrapped up its hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Thursday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand