Government & Law

A blog post from professor Jack Pitney, identifying ways that the Republican National Committee has previously attempted to bring minorities and young voters into its fold has, so far, earned more than 3,000 page views.

CMC alumna Suzanne Segal ’82 made the March 19, 2013 Los Angeles Times issue, for ordering the release of Daniel Larsen, who was convicted of carrying a concealed knife during a 1998 bar fight in the city of Northridge. Larsen was declared innocent following a lengthy appeals process that eventually was taken up by the California Innocence Project.

John Haskell, a visiting assistant professor of government at CMC since 2001, was featured on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal program on Sunday, Feb. 24, talking about the history of congressional leadership.

Renaissance Weekend Graphic “What did you do—I mean, you must’ve done something to get invited to this thing?” asked the airport shuttle driver transporting me to the 2000 New Year’s Renaissance Weekend policy wonk retreat at Hilton Head.

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