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A group blog on constitutional law, theory, and politics.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly four posts per week
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Oct 2022 12
Nov 2022 25
Dec 2022 41
Jan 2023 50
Feb 2023 17
Mar 2023 19
Apr 2023 19
May 2023 35
Jun 2023 37
Jul 2023 18
Aug 2023 15
Sep 2023 17
Oct 2023 39
Nov 2023 14
Dec 2023 18
Jan 2024 29
Feb 2024 73
Mar 2024 28
Apr 2024 9
May 2024 14

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Most recent posts

Reading the Tea Leaves on Marijuana Rescheduling
The Controlled Substances Act authorizes the attorney general to schedule drugs. Schedule I of the CSA imposes a complete criminal ban; schedules II through V allow drugs to be prescribed under certain conditions. For decades, …
On , by David Pozen, 879 words
The Constitution of the War on Drugs: Response to Commentators
For the Balkinization symposium on David Pozen, The Constitution of the War on Drugs (Oxford University Press, 2024). I am indebted to Jack Balkin for organizing a symposium on my book, The Constitution of the …
On , by David Pozen, 2,702 words
Access to Life- and Health-Preserving Care - A History and Tradition
Reva Siegel and Mary Ziegler We have just posted a revised draft of Comstockery, the first legal history of the Comstock Act since antiabortion lawyers have attempted to transform it into a de facto national …
On , by Guest Blogger, 1,118 words