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Landmark Cases: Season Two Debuts at the National Constitution Center

February 20, 2018 By NCC Staff

On President’s Day, C-SPAN President Susan Swain and National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen, along with constitutional scholars Akhil Reed Amar and Michael Paulsen launch the second season of the C-SPAN series, Landmark Cases: Historic Supreme Court Decisions.

The Supreme Court takes on a big Double Jeopardy case

February 20, 2018 By Scott Bomboy

On Tuesday morning, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a dispute about a defendant’s claim to double jeopardy if they have multiple trials related to one incident.

A big day in the history of the United States Postal Service

February 20, 2018 By NCC Staff

On February 20, 1792, President George Washington officially created the modern United States Postal Service by signing a sweeping act that promoted a free press and put privacy safeguards in place.

New Pennsylvania congressional map boosts Democrats

February 19, 2018 By Lyle Denniston

Claiming full authority to do so, a deeply divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court drew up and released on Monday its own new map of congressional election districts – one that experts calculated would give Democratic candidates a realistic chance of picking up more seats than they have in the past three elections in the state.

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