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Supreme Court reform is complex but achievable - El-Sayed

Jul 23, 2022 Detroit Metro Times
"The Supreme Court has arrogated itself over the other branches of government — and trampled the rights of Americans. It’s time to fix that," Ford School Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence Abdul El-Sayed writes in Detroit Metro...
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Rabe insights on climate change political challenges

Jul 20, 2022
The political climate for action on climate change has become more difficult in the past few weeks, in light of a Supreme Court decision limiting the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) ability to limit greenhouse gases and the failure of a...
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El-Sayed: "In 10 days SCOTUS took us back decades"

Jul 12, 2022 Detroit Metro Times
Ford School Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence Abdul El-Sayed opines that the Supreme Court betrayed the public trust in its final rulings released at the end of June -- overturning of Roe v. Wade, limiting gun control measures, and...
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Rabe: Court ruling creates uncertainty at the EPA

Jul 2, 2022 The Brookings Institution
The Brookings Institution's The Current podcast looked at the 6-3 ruling on the case of West Virginia vs the Environmental Protection Agency, in which the Supreme Court greatly curtailed the power of the EPA to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from...
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A lost decade for federal climate policy, says Rabe

Jul 1, 2022 E&E News
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the EPA overreached its authority under the Clean Air Act when it crafted the Clean Power Plan. Professor Barry Rabe said that deep political divisions have left the court to play arbiter. “The...
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Supreme Court draft leak damages Court's reputation - Hanson

May 8, 2022 Journal de Brasilia
The leak of a draft Supreme Court ruling on a case involving overturning access to abortion has contributed to a deterioration in the image of the Court among the U.S. public, according to an article in the Journal de Brasilia.  Ford School...

Barr discusses fate of CFPB with CNBC

Aug 19, 2019
The fate of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is currently at the discretion of the Supreme Court. Hearing the case and a subsequent ruling would have big ramifications for consumers (i.e. all Americans), and likely on Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s...
PubPol 495.001

PubPol 495.001: Policy Seminar: Supreme Court

Valenta Kabo
Tuesday, Thursday
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Winter 2022
10:00 am-11:20 pm EDT

PUBPOL 495 (Policy Seminar) is for students currently enrolled in the Public Policy Undergraduate Program only, no exceptions. Enrollment is by permission only.

Supreme Court DACA Ruling: Ann Lin Explains

Jun 19, 2020 0:01:08

Ann Lin, associate professor at the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, explains what the Supreme Court's DACA ruling means for the young people affected by the program.