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What’s the Deal with the Abortion Pill?

By: Sarah Hartley Prior to and since the recent Dobbs decision, abortion has been a hot topic in American discourse and is a premiere focus in today’s political arena. Discussions promoting or protesting access to safe abortions underlie almost every aspect of life—in the news, the courtroom, even outside of clinics that perform abortions as … Continue reading What’s the Deal with the Abortion Pill?

Pardon the Disruption: Community-Centric Fundraising for the Public Interest

By: Megan Ealick If you’re reading this, you’ll likely serve on the board of a nonprofit one day. Maybe you’re already serving on one—or three. That’s because you’re a hot commodity! Lawyers are highly sought after as nonprofit board members not only for their legal expertise, but also for their connections, potential contributions, and reputation … Continue reading Pardon the Disruption: Community-Centric Fundraising for the Public Interest

The Arizona Attorney General’s illegal wire transfer surveillance disproportionately intrudes on the privacy of low-income and marginalized communities

By: M. Emily Mahana Low-income and marginalized communities disproportionately suffer greater surveillance and privacy abuses than any other class.[1] For instance, states invasively might require impoverished individuals who seek or rely on public assistance to subject themselves to “drug tests, DNA testing of children, fingerprinting” or “intrusive questioning about intimate relationships.”[2] What the Arizona Attorney … Continue reading The Arizona Attorney General’s illegal wire transfer surveillance disproportionately intrudes on the privacy of low-income and marginalized communities

A Call for Uniform Law to Address Elder and Vulnerable Adult Abuse and Exploitation

By: Greg Esser When he was asked why he robbed banks, Willie Sutton, one of the first names on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (“FBI”) Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, is said to have replied “Because that’s where the money is.” Today, stealing money from an elder or a vulnerable adult is easier than robbing … Continue reading A Call for Uniform Law to Address Elder and Vulnerable Adult Abuse and Exploitation

Who is Winning?: An Early Evaluation of Arizona’s Massive School Choice Experiment

By: Mike Feeney On January 13, 2023, newly elected Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs issued her first budget proposal, which includes a plan to repeal the massive expansion of the state’s school voucher program that former Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed into law in June of 2022. While Hobbs’ efforts to repeal the state’s voucher program … Continue reading Who is Winning?: An Early Evaluation of Arizona’s Massive School Choice Experiment