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Jun 27 2019 | LA Times
The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the partisan gerrymandering that has allowed Republicans to control power in several closely divided states. A majority ruled that elected lawmakers, not judges, had the right to draw the election maps for their states. The decision was a defeat for reformers...
Jun 21 2019 | Stanford Law School
This week, Facebook and a consortium of partners announced plans to launch a new cryptocurrency called Libra. Here, Stanford Law School Professor Joseph Grundfest, an expert on capital markets, corporate governance, and securities litigation, discusses this latest news from the social media giant.
Jun 12 2019 | Stanford News
Of the 27 students awarded Fulbright, two students are from Public Policy. Congratulations to Isabelle Foster and Jimmy Zhou.
Jun 3 2019 | New York Times
Donna Lennon will never forget when she learned she had won a seat at Stuyvesant High School, one of the nation’s most revered and selective public schools. Ms. Lennon was sitting in English class in mostly low-income and black East New York, Brooklyn, in the spring of 1981 when a guidance...
Jun 3 2019 | New York Times
The federal government is stepping up its scrutiny of the world’s biggest tech companies, leaving them vulnerable to new rules and federal lawsuits. Regulators are divvying up antitrust oversight of the Silicon Valley giants and lawmakers are investigating whether they have stifled competition and...