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Volume 95, No. 2, Winter 2023

“Where we work matters.” The wave of remote work that has swept the nation since the COVID-19 pandemic has upended traditional notions about how and where work is performed. Advocates for disabled workers have lobbied for remote work for decades because the standard American workplace is designed around the nondisabled worker. The ability to work […]

By D’Andra Millsap Shu [PDF]

College athletes are suddenly benefiting from a windfall of endorsement deals that once were reserved exclusively for nonstudent professionals. Each of these “name, image and likeness” (NIL) endorsement agreements creates a paper trail of documentation. Under state law, those documents typically must be shared with the athletes’ colleges. Records held by state colleges are presumed […]

By Frank D. LoMonte & Rachel Jones [PDF]

“It’s no longer about who gets to vote; it’s about making it harder to vote. It’s about who gets to count the vote and whether your vote counts at all.” President Biden contrasted the tactics of Republican state legislators in states such as Georgia in 2021 with the tactics of white state and local public […]

By Jonathan Fedors [PDF]

In January of 2018, Professor Nicholas Meriwether of Shawnee State University was teaching his first Political Philosophy class of the semester. While replying to a question, Meriwether addressed one of his new students as “sir.” The student approached Meriwether after class, informed him that she was a woman, and asked to be addressed with feminine […]

By Linnea Kelly [PDF]

Voting rights and the American electoral system in the 2020s stand in a precarious position. While the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (the Act) served as a basis to protect minority voting rights throughout the latter half of the twentieth century, the jurisprudence of the Roberts Court has narrowed its protections and given much greater […]

By Maxwell Wamser [PDF]