President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are scheduled to meet today at the White House in an effort to reach a resolution on the nation’s debt ceiling, but Biden should ignore calls for negotiation says Cornell Law School professor Robert Hockett.
This week, the Department of Justice (DOJ), along with eight other states, sued Google over its digital advertising practices, but this matter is unlikely to be resolved quickly says Cornell Law professor George Hay.
With the U.S. expected to hit its borrowing limit tomorrow, President Joe Biden must borrow in excess of the debt ceiling to cover the revenue shortfall or risk a ‘trilemma,' says Cornell Law School professor Michael Dorf.
The House of Representatives is voting today on a partial immigration reform bill. Stephen Yale-Loehr says if enacted, the bill would help some immigrants get green cards faster, but would make the process slower for others.
Proposed rule by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to adjust the filing fees for certain immigration and citizenship applications raises several questions and may face pushback from employers says Cornell Law School professor Stephen Yale-Loehr.
Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law at Cornell Law School and co-author of a leading 21-volume immigration law series, says that the expiration of Title 42 is long overdue, not an effective way to manage migration.
The Supreme Court is slated to hear oral arguments on Dec. 5 concerning a free-speech claim by a website designer who opposes same-sex marriage. Nelson Tebbe, professor of constitutional law and expert in freedom of speech, is a member Cornell Law School’s First Amendment Clinic. Tebbe weighs in on the matter and the potential ramifications.