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Professor Mark Nevitt in Newsweek: Is There a "Climate Change Voter"?

Friday 10/9/2020

Mark P. Nevitt, associate professor of law at Syracuse University, specializes in climate change law and policy. He told Newsweek it is too early to tell whether 2020 will see the rise of the “climate change voter” ...

Mark P. Nevitt

Current National Security Concerns: WAER Interviews Professor William C. Banks

Friday 10/9/2020

“Attention on the domestic political situation and the President’s dominance of the news and his wellbeing is obscuring what else might be going on in the world that should be drawing some of our attention.”

William C. Banks

Professor William C. Banks Explains Presidential Transfer of Power to WSYR

Monday 10/5/2020

William Banks, a law professor at Syracuse University, says, “If there is a determination that he is unable to fulfill his duties, then he can temporarily or permanently, should the president succumb to the virus, the duties can be passed along to his successor, who in this case would be Vice President Pence.”

William C. Banks

JAMA Network Quotes Professor Nina Kohn on Elders and Voting

Friday 10/2/2020

Some observers have raised concerns that votes cast by people with dementia might actually represent the views of those assisting them, although there’s little evidence of voter fraud in nursing homes, said Nina Kohn ...

Nina Kohn

Professor William C. Banks on Spectrum: Election Could Go Off the Rails

Friday 10/2/2020

“On a scale of one to 10, I’d say my worry is about a nine,” Banks said. “There are several plausible scenarios that could cause this election to go off the rails.”

William C. Banks

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