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Playlist: Your Weekly Constitutional

Compiled By: Richard Robinson

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YWC 18-4 Net Neutrality

From WETS | Part of the Your Weekly Constitutional series | 54:26

Net Neutrality and Free Speech. Recently, the Federal Communications Commission reversed an Obama-era regulation requiring something called “net neutrality.” What, precisely, is “net neutrality,” and how might it affect free speech? Turns out, nobody’s sure, but it could be “a lot.” We’ll speak with Roy Gutterman, the Director of Syracuse University’s Tully Center for Free Speech, and Daniel Lyons of Boston College.

Ywc_logo_small_small Net Neutrality and Free Speech. Recently, the Federal Communications Commission reversed an Obama-era regulation requiring something called “net neutrality.” What, precisely, is “net neutrality,” and how might it affect free speech? Turns out, nobody’s sure, but it could be “a lot.” We’ll speak with Roy Gutterman, the Director of Syracuse University’s Tully Center for Free Speech, and Daniel Lyons of Boston College.

18-13: Fourth Amendment Update, 2018, 5/12/2018

From WETS | Part of the Your Weekly Constitutional (Subscribable) series | 53:59

Fourth Amendment Update, 2018. The Supreme Court is currently considering three major cases involving the constitutional limits of police searches of things from motorcycles to cell phone records. Professor James Stern of William and Mary’s law school brings us up to date.

Ywc_logo_small_small Fourth Amendment Update, 2018. The Supreme Court is currently considering three major cases involving the constitutional limits of police searches of things from motorcycles to cell phone records. Professor James Stern of William and Mary’s law school brings us up to date.

18-19: Fifty-One Imperfect Solutions, 6/30/2018

From WETS | Part of the Your Weekly Constitutional (Subscribable) series | 54:00

Fifty-One Imperfect Solutions. We are sometimes so focused upon our national Constitution that we forget that each of the fifty states has a constitution of its own. Judge Jeffrey Sutton of United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has written a book that reminds us that states have their own laws, and their own governments, and that we should pay attention to them: 51 Imperfect Solutions: States and the Making of Constitutional Law.

Ywc_logo_small_small Fifty-One Imperfect Solutions. We are sometimes so focused upon our national Constitution that we forget that each of the fifty states has a constitution of its own. Judge Jeffrey Sutton of United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has written a book that reminds us that states have their own laws, and their own governments, and that we should pay attention to them: 51 Imperfect Solutions: States and the Making of Constitutional Law.