The Montana Legislature is appealing a decision by the Montana Supreme Court to the U.S. Supreme Court referencing 14th Amendment violations of due process in a case between two branches of state government, the legislative and the judicial branch.
Former UM Law Professor, Constitutional Fellow at the Independence Institute and weekly contributor to the Epoch Times online news site, Rob Natelson made his monthly appearance on Talk Back on Monday.
KGVO News reached out to Constitutional scholar Rob Natelson with the Independence Institute to get his views on a proposed bill to add four more members to the U.S. Supreme Court, otherwise known as ‘packing the court’.
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen told KGVO News on Wednesday that Montana and 20 other states are filing suit in federal court to stop President Biden from cancelling the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Rob Natelson, the former UM law professor and current Constitutional Fellow at the Independence Institute in Denver, returned from a five month Sabbatical on Monday and answered questions from listeners on Talk Back.
Hours after the announcement of the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, KGVO asked Rob Natelson, former UM law professor and current Constitutional Fellow at the Independence Institute, if President Trump should wait to nominate a new justice until after the general election.
The United States Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, sided with the Espinoza family of Montana in a ruling that states must allow religious schools to participate in programs that offer scholarships to students who may attend private schools.