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Aaron Rupar, Noah Berlatsky, Scott G. Nelson, davidrlurie, Lisa Needham, Liz Dye, Stephen Robinson

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Judge Aileen Cannon (Source: public domain)

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Florida ensures Trump has to talk about abortion

It's the last thing Republicans want to do.

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Missouri's ridiculous lawfare against Media Matters

Bailey before a US House hearing in January. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call via Getty)

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The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Aaron Rupar

    Independent journalist covering US politics and media and author of Public Notice.

  • Noah Berlatsky

    Noah Berlatsky is a freelance writer in Chicago. He writes for Public Notice, the Independent, CNN, the Chicago Reader, and various other places. Also he’s kind of a poet now.

  • Scott G. Nelson

    Scott G. Nelson is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Virginia Tech. He is the co-author (with Bradley S. Klein) of "Citizenship After Trump: Democracy versus Authoritarianism in a Post-Pandemic Era."

  • Scott G. Nelson

    Scott G. Nelson is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Virginia Tech. He is the co-author (with Bradley S. Klein) of "Citizenship After Trump: Democracy versus Authoritarianism in a Post-Pandemic Era."

  • davidrlurie

    Lawyer, and occasional writer about the law and related matters. Posts are never legal advice.

  • Lisa Needham

    Lisa Needham is an attorney and freelance writer specializing in covering reproductive health issues and the federal courts. You can find her other writing at Rewire, Balls & Strikes, and Dame Magazine.

  • Liz Dye

    Liz Dye is a columnist at Above the Law, contributor at Wonkette and Public Notice, and co-host of the podcast Opening Arguments.

  • Stephen Robinson

    Politics and arts writer. My son once described me as a “play typer guy,” which is the name of my newsletter and podcast.

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