Kate Stith Authors Piece for Interactive Constitution
Kate Stith of Yale Law School authored a piece for the Interactive Constitution in which she details the common interpretation of the Appropriations Clause. In the Interactive Constitution, a free online collaborative platform supported by The National Constitution Center, scholars from across the legal and philosophical spectrum discuss the history of the U.S. Constitution and work together to explore the meaning of each provision in today’s society.
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