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A Debate: The Future of Firearms Laws in the US

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Congratulations to the new Federalist Society Board!

April 21st, 2012 by Cornell Fed Soc

The New 2012-13 Cornell Law Federalist Society Board: President Dan Hartman Vice President Ross Fox Treasurer Dean Caruvana 3L Rep Cody Hersche 2L Reps Pearl Hahn, Joshua Xiong

Why the Obamacare Case Shouldn’t Matter

March 21st, 2012 by Kirk Sigmon

Don’t let pundits fool you: the upcoming Supreme Court case on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) won’t mean much, and those who believe otherwise are taking a big risk.

SOPA, the biggest threat to modern free speech

December 28th, 2011 by Kirk Sigmon

The modern Internet is a battlefield. One end of the battlefield is comprised of companies and individuals owning intellectual property — from copyrights on video games and movies to likeness rights and the like. On the other end of the battlefield is the Internet — that is, more specifically, everyday people who use the Internet for information, entertainment, and for communication. The former group wishes to control the latter. And they may have their wish.

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