‘Three Election Law Cases and What They Mean for Democracy’
The National Constitution Center’s We The People podcast released ‘Three Election Law Cases and What They Mean for Democracy,’ an episode analyzing recent Supreme Court election law opinions. Richard L. Hasen of UCI Law participated in the discussion while Jeffrey Rosen of the National Constitution Center moderated.
From the episode description:
There’s a lot happening in the world of election law. From the Supreme Court’s opinion last week in FEC v. Ted Cruz, to a redistricting case in Alabama, to a North Carolina case dealing with the independent state legislature doctrine-- we’re doing a deep dive with John Fortier, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and Rick Hasen, professor of law at UC Irvine, to discuss these cases and issues and what they mean for American democracy going forward. Jeffrey Rosen moderates.
Listen to the episode here or below [original air date: May 26, 2022].
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