Episode 147: Off-premises signs and an on-premise subpoena

Will former White House Counsel Don McGahn ever testify to the House Judiciary Committee? That partly depends on how you squint when reading the Declaratory Judgment Act. Special guest Steve Vladeck of UT Law checks off the justiciability boxes and tells us it didn’t use to be so complicated. Meanwhile, cities continue to hate billboards, and the Supreme Court continues to not speak as clearly as it could, even in cases involving content-based restrictions on speech. Bob McNamara explains why you have to read a sign to see if it’s “on premises.”

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Institute for Justice · Short Circuit 147 | Off-premises signs and an on-premises subpoena

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