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Professor Arlene Kanter: What a Day to Recognize People with Disabilities Should Mean to Us All

Thursday 12/3/2020

The United Nations designated today, Dec. 3, as the International Day of People with Disabilities. It is a day for all of us to think about how we as a country, as local communities, and as individuals, support the rights of people with disabilities ...

Arlene Kanter

Professor Nina Kohn Weighs In on New Jersey Long-Term Care During COVID-19

Thursday 12/3/2020

“COVID-19 could have been a wake-up call that it’s time to get serious about holding facilities accountable for resident well-being.”

Nina Kohn

"Preposterous:" Professor William C. Banks Speaks to Military Times on Calls for Martial Law

Wednesday 12/2/2020

“Apart from the fact that state and now federal investigators have found no evidence of election fraud that would change the election outcome, martial law has no place in the United States absent a complete breakdown of civil governing mechanisms” ...

William C. Banks

Professor Mark Nevitt: Climate Change, National Security, & the New Commander-in-Chief

Wednesday 12/2/2020

President-elect Joe Biden is 50 days away from assuming office as commander-in-chief. He has committed to taking bold, historic action on climate change and has named climate change one of the four crises facing the United States ...

Mark P. Nevitt

Professor Nina Kohn Cited in #FreeBritney Article

Tuesday 12/1/2020

We do know that a good number of people under the control of conservatorships likely don’t need to be, and that even more don’t need full guardianship. In 2018, Syracuse law professor Nina Kohn testified as much to the Senate Special Committee on Aging ...

Nina Kohn

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