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“The voice of protesters has forced parties to take a controversial stance on the monarchy—a stance that the parties must take to keep their supporters, but do so reluctantly because it may be used to instigate their dissolution.”
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James Grimmelmann, professor of tech and IP law, appears on Bloomberg Law to discuss AI regulations.
Carlos Gonzalez Fischer, research associate in agri-food systems sustainability, discusses the urgent need to reduce methane emissions from livestock.
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Michael Dorf, professor of law, discusses the debt ceiling in this opinion essay.
Bruce Kornreich, director of the Feline Health Center, discusses Savannah cats which are exploding in popularity, and whose ownership is banned in certain states.
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