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March 2015 -
"Can They Crush Obamacare?," a piece by Professor David Cole, in The New York Review of Books, March 19, 2015.
“The Republican state AGs continue to be Obama’s most formidable opponents,” coverage in The Weekly Standard, March 9, 2015, quoting Professor Randy E. Barnett.
"Did torture report give US government a free pass and dump too much on CIA?," coverage in Jerusalem Post, March 6, 2015, featuring Professor David Cole.
"Industry, privacy groups at odds in opposition to Obama's consumer data plan," Christian Science Monitor, March 6, 2015, featuring Adjunct Professor Alvaro Bedoya, executive director of the Center on Privacy and Technology.
"Today in Politics: Podesta to Bridge New York and Washington for Clinton Camp," coverage in The New York Times, March 6, 2015, featuring Distinguished Visitor from Practice John Podesta.
"“Corroded to its core”: Why the results of the Senate torture report are even worse than we thought," a piece by Professor David Cole in Salon, March 6, 2015.
"What Will Happen at the Fed After Tarullo Leaves?," coverage in American Banker, March 5, 2015, featuring Professor Daniel Tarullo. Further coverage is in The New York Post.
"After 130 Days, Klain Ends Ebola Czar Term," coverage in The Hoya, March 6, 2015, quoting Professor Lawrence Gostin, faculty director of the O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law, and Adjunct Professor Ana Ayala, L'10, institute associate.
"Torture: No One Said No," a piece by Professor David Cole in The New York Review of Books, March 5, 2015.
"OVERCLASSIFIED: Throwing the Book at Petraeus and Tossing Out the PGP Key," a piece by Professor Rosa Brooks in Foreign Policy, March 4, 2015.