(Recorded May 21, 2016) This Week: (1) a political news round-up; (2) a SCOTUS update; and (3) new crowdfunding regulations.
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Given this week’s show, we thought you might find these interesting.
- Bernie Sanders Facing Pressure Over Supporters’ Actions in Nevada
- Nevada Democrats accused Bernie Sanders’s campaign of inciting violence. And Sanders is hitting back.
- What the hell just happened in Nevada? Sanders supporters are fed up — and rightfully so – Salon.com
- Bernie Sanders Refuses to Apologize for Nevada Democratic Convention Chaos
- We Called Up Bernie Fans Who Threatened Nevada Dem State Chair and Asked Them to Explain Themselves
- Elections Results From the Oregon and Kentucky Primaries – The Atlantic
- Feinstein cites ’68 chaos in warning against Sanders convention plan
- Trump releases list of 11 judges he’d consider nominating to Supreme Court
- Trump Calls Bill Clinton a Rapist
- ‘A target on Roe v. Wade ’: Oklahoma bill making it a felony to perform abortions waits for governor’s decision
- Alabama one of the most corrupt states in the country, Harvard study says
- Hubbard’s Alleged Crimes Detailed In New Court Filings
- Is Mike Hubbard the Most Corrupt Politician in America?
- Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman held in solitary in prison, son says
- Oklahoma Lawmakers OK Bill Criminalizing Performing Abortion
- Scandals Embroil Alabama Governor, Speaker and Chief Justice
— Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) March 11, 2016
- Zubik v. Burwell Opinion
- Zubik v. Burwell – Scotus Blog Coverage
- Both sides claimed victory in the Little Sisters’ case. So now what?
- Little Sisters Win as John Roberts Again Balks at Calling Balls and Strikes
- How SCOTUS Got To Keep Its Head In The Sand On Obamacare And Contraceptives
- United States House of Representatives v. Burwell – Opinion
- House GOP wins Obamacare lawsuit
- House Republicans Finally Win a Legal Victory on Obamacare With a Federal Judge’s Ruling – The Atlantic
- Architect of House GOP Obamacare Lawsuit Savors Unlikely Win
- An anti-Obamacare lawsuit just won a big victory. Yes, another one.
- Judge Backs House Challenge to a Key Part of Health Law
- ‘Obamacare’ pushes uninsured rate to historic lows
- Obamacare Continues to Run Ahead of Projections in 2015
- New Crowdfunding Rules Let the Small Fry Swim With Sharks
- Don’t Expect New Crowdfunding Rules to Create a Startup Boom
- Professional Investors Qualms About Crowdfunding
- Paging All Wannabe Investors