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May 4, 2018

Looking Behind the Proclamation?

To what extent should the president's statements (on social media, the campaign trail, or in office) bear on judicial review of enacted policy? As SCOTUS weighs the third travel ban, Rory Gray (Sr. Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom) argues the Court shouldn't look past the policy's professed purpose of national security, while Professor Richard Primus (Univ. of Michigan Law School) contends statements hinting at religious animus should be given their full probative weight.



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