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It’s National Safe Harbor day (for all you Electoral College enthusiasts), and we’re here to celebrate with a new show. Join for spirited but respectful debate between Professors Chesney and Vladeck as they discuss:
- The legal basis for a possible presidential action to compel Pfizer to bump the United States ahead of other countries when it comes to accessing vaccine doses beyond the 100m covered in the current contract
- Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s attempt to get the Supreme Court to adjudicate a claim by Texas that the election results in Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania all should be thrown out
- The Supreme Court’s ruling (granting injunctive relief) in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo, concerning the application of the First Amendment Free Exercise Clause to New York’s emergency rules on maximum-occupancy for purposes of pandemic control
- Whither the NDAA? We take note of the veto threat, and offer thoughts on selected issues in the bill including the GMTO and military commission-related provisions (or, in the latter case, the absence of one such provision), as well as the proposed National Cybersecurity Director
Plus, inevitably, a review of the latest episode of The Mandalorian, and appreciation for the New York Colt McCoys (Giants)!