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Attorneys General Analyze Impeachment Articles

Twenty-one state attorneys general have released their analysis of the impeachment articles against President Trump. “This analysis is particularly useful,” said Heritage's Thomas Jipping, “because it looks at the theory behind these unusual articles and the dangerous impact it could have far beyond this impeachment.” 

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Jan 22

World Realizing 'China Is a Bully Economy'

Heritage's James Carafano joined Fox Business to talk about the latest from the annual Davos gathering of world leaders and President Trump's strong record on negotiating important trade deals with Canada, Mexico and China. 

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Jan 21

Inaugural 2020 Historically Black Colleges and Universities Forum

The Heritage Foundation will host the inaugural Historically Black Colleges and Universities Forum this Thursday. The event will highlight innovation and competitiveness of HBCUs. 

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Jan 17

SCOTUS 101: Ok, SCOTUS Boomer

This week, Elizabeth & Tiffany talk about the riveting first opinions of 2020 and new grants, (Trump tax returns, failed 4th Amendment seizures, and more!). They recap oral argument in the "Bridgegate" case and whether "Ok, Boomer" is canceled. Elizabeth also chats with Judge Chad Readler of the 6th Circuit about being a Michigan fan in the heart of Ohio Buckeye territory. 

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Jan 16

Heritage President: USMCA an Opportunity for Greater Economic Growth

“Passing the USMCA into law puts American families, businesses, workers, and farmers first by reducing prices on goods, increasing exports to our neighbors and the world, and creating more and higher paying jobs as a result of all the increased economic activity," said Heritage President Kay C. James. 

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Jan 14

The 1972 Equal Rights Amendment Can No Longer Be Ratified

As the Congressional Research Service has concluded, the 1972 ERA formally died when its ratification deadline passed on June 30, 1982. Additionally, Congress has no role in determining when a proposed amendment has been ratified, and the states cannot ratify an amendment after its deadline has passed, writes Thomas Jipping in his new report. 

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