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The Garcetti test: limiting a public employee’s freedom of speech and the constitutional implications on academic speech: Garcetti v. Ceballos

The Garcetti test: limiting a public employee’s freedom of speech and the constitutional implications on academic speech: Garcetti v. Ceballos Matthew R. Griffith “[T]he government, as an employer, must have wide discretion and control over the management of its personnel and internal affairs. This includes the prerogative to remove employees whose conduct hinders efficient operation […]

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should it be renewed, amended, or allowed to expire?

The current state of the Voting Rights Act: should it be renewed, amended, or allowed to expire? Senator Mitchell: This will be a panel discussion on the topic: “The Current State of the Voting Rights Act: Should it be Renewed, Amended or Allowed to Expire?” This fall, the United States Congress will begin debating whether […]