Topic: Constitution

Abbott Should Work for Liberty at Home

Jan. 25, 2016
Texas Capitol

Gov. Abbott can inspire millions to want more liberty for themselves and to grant more liberty to others, but to do so he will have to back his words with deeds.

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Conference to Explore How Americans Should Interpret their Constitution in the Future, April 1-2

March 31, 2011

The University of Texas School of Law, in association with the American Constitutional Society and the Open Society Institute, will host a conference on "The Future of Equality" in the School of Law's Jeffers Courtroom on April 1-2.

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Government Professor Advises Drafters of Proposed Kenyan Constitution

Aug. 2, 2010

A University of Texas at Austin political scientist joined several other constitutional scholars to advise the Kenyan leaders who recently drafted a new national constitution that voters there will have the chance to ratify this Wednesday (Aug. 4).

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