Episode 150: Vacation rentals, COVID orders, and Electoral College studies.

On October 16, 2020, the Center for Judicial Engagement is hosting a special online event, our forum on judicial engagement and the Pennsylvania Constitution. Register today to join in the state constitutional fun! (Plus free CLE for PA bar members.)

In the meantime, we discuss a few recent Pennsylvania cases as the warm-up act for the forum next week. Recent cases on economic liberty and separation of powers under the Pennsylvania Constitution get co-equal time, and we also hypothecate (but only hypothecate) on whether a governor can veto a legislature’s attempt to appoint Presidential electors.

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Institute for Justice · Short Circuit 150 | Vacation rentals, COVID orders, and Electoral College studies

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