Judicial Governance

Publications

, The American Spectator
Supreme Rejection of California
Steven Greenhut

Democratic lawmakers depicted a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning California’s requirement that advocacy groups disclose their donors to the state as a nefarious attack on the…

Helping Judges Round Up the Right Science
Anthony Marcum

From Center for Truth in Science:

The ability of judges—many of whom have little scientific training—to pick and choose which evidence will be admitted in their courtrooms is one of the most…

, WFTV
Judge blocks Florida’s law targeting large social media companies
Anthony Marcum

“Politicians, when they pass bills like this, they say these big social media platforms they’re violating your First Amendment rights; it’s actually quite the opposite,” said legal expert…

Helping Judges Round Up the Right Science
Anthony Marcum

The ability of judges—many of whom have little scientific training—to pick and choose which evidence will be admitted in their courtrooms is one of the most intractable problems at the…

, Bloomberg Law
Obamacare Ruling Paves Way for Fixing Flaws in Biosimilar System
Charles Duan

From Bloomberg Law:

But with the ACA surviving its latest Supreme Court challenge, Amin said “now is the chance” for lawmakers to resolve these issues and improve the biologics pathway….

, Politifact
Despite popular misconception, Supreme Court 9-0 rulings aren’t that rare
Anthony Marcum

From Politifact:

The Fulton case offers another example that even high-profile rulings do not necessarily fall “on clear partisan lines,” said Anthony Marcum, a resident fellow at the R Street…

, WFTV
Video: Texas, Florida do not have standing to challenge Affordable Care Act, U.S. Supreme Court rules
Anthony Marcum

From WFTV:

“To have standing in federal court you have to allege and injury, here the Supreme Court is saying that Texas and other states you do not have an injury from the affordable care…

, Government Executive
Committee Advances Bill to Protect IGs from Political Retaliation
Jonathan Bydlak

From Government Executive:

The National Taxpayers Union, R Street Institute and Project on Government Oversight submitted letters to the committee supporting many aspects of the legislation…

, Maine Policy Institute
Election Integrity in the States
Anthony Marcum

From Maine Policy Institute:

Joined by experts on election law from Maine, Georgia, and DC, Matthew Gagnon, CEO of Maine Policy, lead a discussion on the many recent efforts to change voting…

Letter on the Inspector General Independence and Empowerment Act
Jonathan Bydlak

Dear Chair Maloney, Ranking Member Comer, and Members of the Committee:

Ahead of the Committee’s business meeting on May 25, National Taxpayers Union (NTU) and R Street Institute urge the…

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