Jonathan Turley

George Washington University

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Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University

Jonathan Turley on KCRW

As Democrats and Republicans spar over the nomination of Neil Gorsuch as the next Supreme Court justice, we look at the court’s structure.

Ideas to overhaul the Supreme Court

As Democrats and Republicans spar over the nomination of Neil Gorsuch as the next Supreme Court justice, we look at the court’s structure.

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The First Amendment "protects the speech we detest as well as the speech we embrace." That's the reasoning in  another decision  handed down today.

Supreme Court Voids 'Stolen Honor' Law

The First Amendment "protects the speech we detest as well as the speech we embrace." That's the reasoning in another decision handed down today.

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