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 By Pete Shepherd    Opinion

Walking on the edge of 'Constitutional Cliffhangers'

Suppose a twice-elected president sought to serve a third term despite text in the U.S. Constitution limiting presidents to two “elected” terms? Borrowing trouble? Sure, but could she succeed? Spoiler alert: Maybe so. Lawyers use fic... — Updated 1/9/2024 Full story

 By Pete Shepherd    News

Measure 114 and constitutional law

Reams of paper have already been chewed up by lawyers arguing the constitutionality of Measure 114 (2022). Forests of paper, barrels of ink, and many pages in the calendar will be consumed before Oregonians learn whether, and to what... — Updated 12/14/2022 Full story

 By Pete Shepherd    News

Commentary — Madison, robocalls and the First Amendment

Robocalls — I detest them. You probably do, too. If James Madison had had a cell phone when he was writing the First Amendment, he’d have pulled his powdered hair out in frustration over the frequent interruptions. These breaches of o... — Updated 9/24/2019 Full story


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