Cornell’s Yale -Loehr on Supreme Court’s DACA Decision

On June 18, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program must remain in place. Stephen Yale-Loehr, a law professor at Cornell and a Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) grantee, commented on the decision in several news outlets, including National Public Radio (NPR),  The Associated Press, The New York Times and Chicago Tribune. As Yale-Loehr explained to FiveThirtyEight.Com:

“It’s a decision that Administrative Procedure Act nerds will love…The court said, under this domestic law, you’re supposed to do things a certain way, have certain adequate justifications for your actions, and this administration did not follow those procedural requirements. … This is a major victory for the Dreamers, but it’s arguably only a temporary victory … A lot will depend on the outcome of the presidential election — or if Congress decides to enact a legislative solution to resolve this once and for all.”

Read more about CKF’s support of Yale-Loehr’s research here.

09-22-2020 01:00pm

New center at University of Nebraska will explore the changing relationship between law and technology and how it impacts society

The University of Nebraska has announced two new grants, one each from the Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) and the Menard family, that will support the university’s newly-launched Governance and Technology Center.

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09-18-2020 03:00pm

Ball State empowering the next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators

Ball State University will enhance its efforts to empower the country’s next generation of leaders and innovators with a new $1.55 million grant from the Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) and a $5 million grant from the Menard family. 

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09-17-2020 03:10pm

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire to expand constitutional studies program

The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire will use two new grants to expand its Center for Constitutional Studies and enhance students’ opportunities to engage in research, coursework, and programming about First Amendment rights. 

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