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Constitution Check: Has the U.S. war against ISIS in Syria been illegal from the start?
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Amicus brief in Smith v. Obama (U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia)
Statement: The Vital Importance of Judicial Independence
When Congress Comes Calling
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ISIL, war powers, and the Constitution
Jackson: Congress Slow to Authorize ISIS Fight
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Letter to Representatives McGovern, Jones and Lee in support of House Concurrent Resolution 55
John Kerry says the GOP’s Iran letter was ‘unconstitutional.’ Was it?
Podcast: American foreign policy, Iran and the Constitution
Only Congress can decide on war
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