Monthly Archives: September 2017

Masterpiece Cakeshop: Crafting a Minimalist Decision

The Masterpiece Cakeshop case presents issues of free speech and free exercise of religion which are important, controversial, and divisive. Almost any decision on these issues will result in a public and academic outcry by whichever side fails to prevail. The court should … Continue reading

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“Men Without Chests”: A Tragic Consequence of Opioid Addiction

Opioid addiction has become a major health epidemic in the United States, and the issue has emerged as an important political one. It surfaced quite early in the 2016 presidential campaign, when Donald Trump made some strong comments on the … Continue reading

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