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Beyond connecting directly with legislators, one crucial way to inform policy is via the judiciary. Over the last few months, two SSN members have...
“I'm immensely grateful to the Scholars Strategy Network for regularly convening thought-provoking programs on the most pressing issues facing…
On September 1st, a new law went into effect in Texas which bans abortion after 6 weeks and authorizes private citizens to sue anyone they believe is…
As the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan continues to dominate news headlines, lots of questions are being asked: to what degree is the United States...
This week, Democrats unveiled the details of their $3.5 trillion reconciliation package. As it stands, this massive package includes many of the…
With the details of the bipartisan infrastructure deal finally unveiled, it's clear that there are implications for many sectors of the American...
This week, the House Judiciary Committee advanced six antitrust bills aimed at curbing the power and influence of the biggest tech companies in the...
This month, the United States Supreme Court will release decisions on a number of consequential cases. From LGBTQ rights in Fulton v. City of...
It's Tax Day 2021. And just like every year, the Earned Income Tax Credit will help low- and moderate-income families across the country keep more of…
The Scholars Strategy Network congratulates Professor Nicholas Carnes, co-founder of the North Carolina SSN chapter, on his receipt of the National...