Events

“Who Draws the Lines? Will the Supreme Court Strike Down Independent Redistricting Commissions?” with Peter Gentala, counsel to the Arizona House of Representatives, and Mary O’Grady P’15, counsel to the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (12:00 p.m. program)

Monday, April 6, Lunch at 11:30 a.m.

Michael Greve, professor of law, George Mason University; adjunct scholar, American Enterprise Institute; author, The Upside-Down Constitution (2012) and co-author, Citizenship in America and Europe: Beyond Nation-State? (2009)

Monday, April 20

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