March 13, 1999
National Journal

Court to Congress: You can’t regulate everything

A March 5 federal appeals court ruling has propelled toward the Supreme Court a dispute that could have a major impact on the relative powers of Congress, the states, and the high court itself.

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Case: U.S. v. Morrison

March 29, 1999
Wall Street Journal

Let the States do it, Not Washington

For the past decade the Supreme Court has been reviving an old but important idea: that the powers vested in the federal government are not unlimited.

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Case: U.S. v. Morrison

December 1998
American Spectator

Let Us Study (and Pray)

State aid to religious schools is receiving a real hearing…

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Case: Columbia Union College v. Oliver

August 28, 1998
Detroit Free Press

The Men Who Would End Affirmative Action

When, in 1994, Michael Greve and Michael McDonald wanted to make a point about politically correct speech, they successfully defended …

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Case: Gratz v. Bollinger; Grutter v. Bollinger

February 20, 1998
The Washington Post

D.C. Public Interest Law Firm Puts Affirmative Action on Trial

Michael Greve stages lawsuits as if they were theatrical productions, so when he began a legal assault on affirmative action…

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Case: Gratz v. Bollinger; Grutter v. Bollinger