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Dark Days for Due Process

Season 1, Ep. 31

Jennifer and Inez interview journalist Robby Soave of Reason about the return of campus kangaroo courts. They discuss how the Biden administration’s proposed Title IX regulations undermine due process and threaten other constitutional liberties.

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