Jessica Levinson

Jessica Levinson

law professor at Loyola Law School

Guest

Jessica Levinson is Professor of Election Law at Loyola Law School and President of the LA Ethics Commission. She blogs about the intersection of law and politics for KCET.org and the Huffington Post. Previously, she served as director of political reform at the Center for Governmental Studies, a nonprofit research organization that looks at ethics and campaign financing.

Jessica Levinson on KCRW

We stroll down memory lane: Bridgegate is the corruption scandal involving then-New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and two state officials who closed traffic lanes on the George…

Supreme Court considers Bridgegate, Texas refuses refugees

We stroll down memory lane: Bridgegate is the corruption scandal involving then-New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and two state officials who closed traffic lanes on the George…

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she wants to limit President Trump’s ability to attack Iran. She says the House will vote later this week on a resolution under the War Powers Act.

The division of war powers between Congress and the president

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she wants to limit President Trump’s ability to attack Iran. She says the House will vote later this week on a resolution under the War Powers Act.

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The Supreme Court has agreed to take up a major case about President Trump’s tax returns.

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The Supreme Court has agreed to take up a major case about President Trump’s tax returns.

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