Jesse Choper

University of California Boalt Hall School of Law

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Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of California Berkeley's Boalt Hall

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Facebook, Twitter and other social media have allowed Egyptians, Iranians, Chinese and others to challenge repressive governments.

The Uses of Social Media and the Right to Free Speech

Facebook, Twitter and other social media have allowed Egyptians, Iranians, Chinese and others to challenge repressive governments.

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Same-sex marriage is legal in California, at least until November, when voters are likely to get the chance to overturn  last week's ruling  by the state supreme court.

Same-Sex Marriage in California

Same-sex marriage is legal in California, at least until November, when voters are likely to get the chance to overturn last week's ruling by the state supreme court.

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