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Deck the Courts with Boughs of Establishment Clause Litigation

The holiday season brings discussions of the First Amendment, cries of interference and discrimination, and glances at nativity scenes. Using HeinOnline, let’s clear up some of this Christmastime confusion and see what the Supreme Court has to say on the constitutionality of these traditions.

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Where the Wild Things Are: Hunting Regulations

Using HeinOnline, let’s point and flush out some of the laws that both regulate and preserve a hunter’s wild heritage in the United States and the history behind this ancient tradition.

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Handling the Supreme Court Vacancy: Is Court Packing a Viable Option?

In the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, some Democrats have pushed the idea of expanding the number of justices on the Supreme Court. This concept is called court packing. What is court packing, really? Allow HeinOnline to help answer all your court packing questions here.

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Everything You Need to Know About Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett

On September 26th, Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative court judge was nominated. If confirmed, Barrett would keep the number of women serving on the Court at three. Today we will explore Barrett’s career and where she stands on major constitutional issues using HeinOnline.

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I Dissent: The Life and Legacy of the Incomparable Ruth Bader Ginsburg

September 2020 the nation lost one of its biggest social justice warriors, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. After serving on the Supreme Court of the United States for nearly three decades, Ginsburg passed away from complications of cancer. Join us as we explore the life of the Notorious RGB.

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McGirt v. Oklahoma: A Historic Win for Native American Rights

This summer, a landmark decision from the Supreme Court marked a historic win for Native American tribes, acknowledging their rights and transforming the justice system. Explore the landmark decision, its background, and what was actually affected by the ruling with HeinOnline.

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Unpacking the History of American and International Child Rights

What is a child? It may seem like a silly question, but the answer is more nuanced than one might think. Let’s explore how the child has become not only an allegory for innocence and the embodiment of freedom, but also a shining beacon of hope for future generations.