SCOTUS Overload

July 1, 2023

In This Episode:

The #SistersInLaw review the demoralizing decisions emanating from the Supreme Court that shut down affirmative action and upheld discrimination by business on religious freedom grounds– despite strong and well written dissents by the liberal minority.  Then, they take a look at the demise of independent state legislature theory and what that means for our legal system. Hosted by Joyce Vance.

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Mentioned By The #Sisters

From Joyce on the end of affirmative action


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