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Constitution Day Discussion @ GSU 9/17

Make sure to catch the conversation between Professors Christopher Green, Rebecca Zietlow, and Eric Segall. Georgia State College of Law will be hosting the event and you can find out more about it here.

You can find last year's debate here, which was a great discussion and reflection on different views of constitutional interpretation.

Courtesy of GSU College of Law

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