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  • Ashley Baker

SCOTUS Term Draws to a Big Close: Abortion, DACA, Gender Identity, Trump Subpoenas, Faithless Electo

Virtual Panel Discussion:

Thursday, June 4

1:30 - 2:30 PM

A Supreme Court term that saw historic firsts—oral argument by telephone and live audio—is drawing to a close. Terms usually end with a bang, and this bang will be louder than most because so many important cases remain undecided. Our panel of Supreme Court experts will discuss the Court's impending decisions and the issues on the line, including (to name just a few): What restrictions on abortion are permissible? Do federal discrimination laws apply to gender identity and sexual orientation? Can educational tax credits go to religious schools? And can New York and the U.S. House of Representatives get their hands on President Trump's financial records?


Amy Howe

Co-Founder and Reporter, SCOTUSblog

John Malcolm

President of the Institute of Constitutional Government and Director of the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, The Heritage Foundation

John Eastman

Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service, Chapman University Fowler School of Law


Curt Levey

President, The Committee for Justice


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