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CIR: Rule of Law Panel Discussion - Shared screen with speaker view
Sandy Campbell
55:55
Sorry folks for the mic issues.
Herb Thomas
01:19:00
Has Sandra Day O’Connor expressed regret for Bush v. Gore?
Herb Thomas
01:31:08
Would the National Popular Vote Compact be Constitutional? Article I, Section 10 says “No State shall . . . enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State . . .”
kathrynjeanhjeresen
01:33:12
Any panel thoughts on the current situation with the NM primary election and the Republican Party lawsuit to prevent a full mail-in election? The NM Supreme Court ruling seems to follow the rule of law but to further a political agenda.
Neal
01:33:20
We're clearly realizing negative effects that were widely predicted when we removed civics education in public schools. Is CIR interested in approaching civics education to the general public? I mean, explicitly -- most of your programs approach this at least indirectly.
Herb Thomas
01:35:32
Good question from Neal.
masquino
01:37:09
It's been suggested that Trump's holding back of funding for WHO is an impeachable just as withholding aid to Ukraine. Your thoughts.
Herb Thomas
01:41:19
Lawfare has a good article on why the Wisconsin and Supreme Court rulings re the Wisconsin election were in fact decided wisely.
Herb Thomas
01:46:07
Transferring DoD funds to Wall-building is perhaps a closer analogy than Ukraine.
alanamcgrattan
01:49:35
How will the appointment of judges under this administration have a negative long range impact on the rule of law nationally
Neal
01:58:46
Regarding civics education, I'm suggesting that CIR might approach filling a vacuum … instead of allowing disinformation warfare to fill it. (I realize CIR Board meetings is a better venue, and I don't need to pursue this further in this virtual meeting. Getting off my soapbox now.)
Sandy Campbell
01:59:13
Thanks Neal, food for thought for sure!!!
Herb Thomas
02:05:15
Thanks, everyone. Great discussion!