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SGA Confirms Supreme Court Justices Parker and Rohach

The UMKC SGA unanimously confirmed Morgan Parker and Colin Rohach as associate justices of the SGA Supreme Court on Feb. 8 at their student...

College students react to the first presidential debate

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden squared off last Tuesday in the first presidential debate of the 2020 election. Chris Wallace, the...

Opinion: From the Senate to the Supreme Court, our government needs institutional change

Right now, the 2020 election and the coronavirus are prompting a lot of discussion of the cultural and economic problems in the U.S. Sadly,...

Law professor focuses work on Second Amendment

UMKC Law School professor Allen Rostron did not begin his legal career intending to work in the area of Second Amendment rights, or be...

Supreme Court refuses to rule on same-sex marriage

The Supreme Court has chosen to stay out of the national debate regarding same-sex marriage. The justices denied all appeals brought before the court...

Notorious R.B.G. – Feminism on the Supreme Court

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is profiled by legal affairs editor Jeffrey Rosen in the September 28 issue of the New Republic.  During...

Kenyan elections underscore the importance of voting

The day preceding America’s presidential elections last fall, Communication Studies instructor Peter Morello asked students in his Media Ethics class to raise their hands...

Iowa judges discuss same-sex marriage ruling at UMKC

Former Iowa Supreme Court Justices Marsha Ternus and Michael Streit visited the UMKC School of Law last Friday to discuss the court’s 2009 ruling...

Why voting really matters: Democracy necessitates fair representation at the polls

The 38 percent of eligible American voters who didn’t cast ballots in November 2008 took for granted a freedom elusive to many other countries. This...

War on women: Abortion debate remains ugly and polarized

About 3,315  abortions occur per day in the U.S., a 2005 statistic from the Guttmacher Institute. This statistic was brought up by anti-abortion activist Kristina...

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