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News@Law, 05/26/2016

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Sarah Jessica Parker Speaks at Harvard Law School Class Day 2016
“Know that listening is your secret weapon,” award-winning actor and humanitarian Sarah Jessica Parker told imminent Harvard Law School (HLS) graduates and their families on Class Day...Parker shared the dais with professor of law Jeannie C. Suk, recipient of the Albert M. Sacks-Paul A. Freund Award for Teaching Excellence, and Gabriela Follett, HLS program assistant in the Human Rights Program, who has been a strong supporter of the student movement on campus, Reclaim Harvard Law. She received the Suzanne L. Richardson Staff Appreciation Award. Both Suk and Follett talked openly about campus activism.
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Bloomberg
What Really Makes People Queasy About Engineered Foods
An op-ed by Cass Sunstein. Democrats pride themselves on their commitment to science. Citing climate change, they contend that they are the party of truth, while Republicans are “denialists.” But with respect to genetically modified organisms, many Democrats seem indifferent to science, and to be practicing a denialism of their own -- perhaps more so than Republicans. What’s going on here?
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Bloomberg
Judge Cries Foul Over a Chicago Law That Favored the Cubs
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Chicago squared off against the First Amendment this week -- at Wrigley Field, of all places. An appeals court upheld a city ordinance that bans all peddling, including printed matter, on the blocks immediately around the stadium. But at the same time, the court insisted that the rules must apply to everybody, including the Cubs. The home team is accustomed to selling team merchandise in this area. The First Amendment is as American as baseball, and it was at the heart of this interesting and important case.
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The Wall Street Journal
A Big Legal Question Behind the Texas Transgender Lawsuit
A federal lawsuit brought by states against the Obama administration marks the first major court test of its new policy that transgender students should be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice. On one level, the case is about whether civil rights laws that Congress enacted decades ago envisioned such protections of transgender rights. But underlying the complaint are also fundamental questions about the discretionary power of federal agencies, checks and balances and the difference between clarifying laws and rules and writing new ones...In a recent op-ed, Harvard law professor Jacob E. Gersen described it as an example of stealth regulation. “[T]his letter was one of those nonbinding documents. Yet it contains obligations that exist nowhere else in federal law,” the professor wrote.
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