Content tagged with “Constitution”
Featuring syndicated columnist Michael Gerson and Constitutional Lawyer and writer Asma Uddin, moderated by Justice and Society program director Meryl Chertoff.
Tags: Justice and Society, Constitution, Religious Tolerance
It is a rarity in Lebanon for individuals to come together and announce a new political group with an articulate political platform. In a country where political mantles have been passed down over...
Tags: Politics, Constitution, Sectarianism, secular, rule of law
Inspired by the protests in the region, young Lebanese are calling for a revolt against the country's confessional system. To this end, a campaign has been launched calling on people to take to the...
Tags: Middle East, Lebanon, Constitution, Religion, Protest
America the Inclusive explored the challenges of guaranteeing the vitality of religious pluralism and inclusivity in 21st-century America through a multifaceted approach. Panelists and audience...
Tags: Justice and Society, Freedom of Religion, Constitution
US District Judge Roger Vinson ruled on January 31 that the individual mandate in the health care reform package is unconstitutional. With two judges previously declaring the mandate constitutional,...
Tags: Justice, Justice and Society, Health Insurance, Health Care, Health Care Reform, HCR, Constitution