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Prof. Tobias Wolff Reacts to Today’s SCOTUS Decision on Health Care Reform

Prof. Tobias Wolff of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and an EJS board member shared his reactions to today’s Supreme Court decision (PDF) on the President’s landmark health care reform: The result in today’s ruling, upholding the President’s landmark health care reform, is welcome. But the opinion of the Chief Justice gives no cause for celebration. […]
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EJS Legal Director Allison Elgart at White House Briefing on Judicial Nominations by Alliance for Justice

EJS Legal Director Allison Elgart and EJS Board Member Tobias Barrington Wolff, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania, were among 150 leaders who went to the White House this week to share their experiences and concerns about judicial nominations with administration officials, including Attorney General Eric Holder and the president’s judicial selection team. […]
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Video: Eva Paterson, Tobias Wolff Talk on Prop. 8 at Hammer Forum

Eva Paterson and EJS board member Tobias Barrington Wolff appeared at the Hammer Forum on Sept. 10 to discuss the uncertain future of marriage equality in California. While more states move to legalize same-sex marriage, California has instead eliminated this right with the passage of Proposition 8.

Video: Eva Paterson, Tobias Wolff Talk on Prop. 8 at Hammer Forum

Eva Paterson and EJS board member Tobias Barrington Wolff appeared at the Hammer Forum on Sept. 10 to discuss the uncertain future of marriage equality in California. While more states move to legalize same-sex marriage, California has instead eliminated this right with the passage of Proposition 8.

Tobias Wolff: ‘Are Liberties Subject to Majority Vote?’

In an excellent op-ed published in today’s San Francisco Chronicle, EJS board member Tobias Wolff summarizes the core issues facing the Calif. Supreme Court as it considers overturning Prop. 8. Tobias, a constitutional law professor at U. Penn., rebuts Ken Starr’s argument that Prop. 8 should be considered an amendment rather than a revision to […]
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