Exploring Blackman-Tillman’s Comprehensive Coverage of Section 3 and Insurrection: Articles, Presentations, Amicus Briefs, Commentary, and Blog Posts

This piece was co-authored by Professor Seth Barrett Tillman. After the 2020 Presidential Election, we anticipated an end to the debate regarding the Constitution’s “office”- and “officer”-language. However, the Emoluments Clauses litigation, which lasted for President Trump’s entire term, would be dismissed as moot. Nevertheless, January 6th changed matters. We both realized that Section 3

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Did Amazon Have the Legal Right to Disregard White House Requests to Censor Anti-Vaccine Books?

Amazon has engaged in a similar exchange with the White House. The company received several emails from top COVID-19 adviser Andrew Slavitt, expressing concerns about the spread of vaccine misinformation on Amazon’s platform. In response, Amazon made several changes to its book sales, including lowering the visibility of certain books related to vaccine misinformation and

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