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Submit your questions for another edition of ‘Ask Jeff’

July 30, 2014 by NCC Staff


Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO
Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO

Anticipating an exciting term this fall at the Supreme Court on the heels of several major rulings last month, National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen is again taking your questions about the Constitution, the high court, and more.


Rosen will answer your questions in an upcoming episode of the Constitution Center’s “We the People” podcast.


The inaugural edition of “Ask Jeff” featured an array of thoughtful questions, including:

  • Do the Justices act as neutral arbiters or political actors? What is the “zone of twilight”?
  • What happens when the Supreme Court gives an order and the President does not follow it?

We’re looking forward to another successful discussion thanks to your participation!


Questions must be submitted no later than Thursday, August 14. You can use the form below or via the following link:


They must pertain to the Constitution or the courts in some way. Some questions may not be selected due to inappropriate subject matter, time constraints or other concerns at the discretion of Constitution Center staff.


We are collecting questions right here on Constitution Daily—just comment directly on this post, or use the form at the bottom of this story.


You can also share your questions on Twitter using the hashtag #AskJeffNCC.


We look forward to hearing from you!



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