"They got in the habit of deciding cases on narrow grounds so that there would be more agreement among themselves, and they seem to have toned down their rhetoric a bit, too."
The team’s long-term objective is to be able to inform State officials and citizens of a probable spike in, say, levels of dangerous microbes or effluents, similar to weather and air pollution fore...
A coalition of civil rights organizations suing the city of Chicago issued a 10-point plan Tuesday calling for changes to halt what it describes as the Chicago Police Department’s “ongoing pattern and practice of unchecked violence, racism and bias.’’
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Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law