Who Fights for The People When the Government Won't?
Published August 5, 2019
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    They've sued domestic terrorists after Charlottesville, fought for bail reform in Oklahoma, and stood up in court for Welcoming Cities like Gary, Indiana. The former Feds at the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown Law left the Justice Department to take on cases that have Constitutional claims at their core. They discuss the impact of their litigation efforts in areas where the U.S. government would traditionally play a role.
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