Lisa McElroy

Drexel University

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Associate professor of law at Drexel University

Lisa McElroy on KCRW

Today in the case Jennings v.

Should immigrants facing deportation be able to post bail?

Today in the case Jennings v.

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The Supreme Court has been short a justice since Antonin Scalia died in February.

Can the Supreme Court work indefinitely without nine justices?

The Supreme Court has been short a justice since Antonin Scalia died in February.

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The Supreme Court handed down a  decision  that could limit states’ rights to regulate abortion for years to come.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Restriction Laws

The Supreme Court handed down a decision that could limit states’ rights to regulate abortion for years to come.

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