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April 13, 2017

Judiciary

Issues In the 115th Congress

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Laura Patton

Laura Patton

Legislative Analyst, Safety & Justice

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Featured Research

Drug Policy

People look at products at the medical marijuana farmers market at the California Heritage Market in Los Angeles, California July 11, 2014, photo by David McNew/Reuters

TESTIMONY: Regulating Medical Marijuana Markets: Insights from Scientific Evaluations of State Experiments

OP-ED: Trump's Marijuana Options

TESTIMONY: Funding Considerations in the Fight Against the Opioid Epidemic

Immigration

U.S. immigration map, illustration by Eileen LaRusso/RAND Corporation

REPORT: Understanding the Costs and Benefits of State-Level Immigration Policies

OP-ED: The Forgotten Cornerstone in the Immigration Reform Debate

REPORT: Air National Guard Remotely Piloted Aircraft and Domestic Missions

Criminal Justice Reform

cyber gavel

OP-ED: What Data is the Government Keeping About You?

VIDEO: Why Correctional Education Matters

OP-ED: Does the Court System Know as Much about Electronically Stored Information as Your Teenager? It Should

Cybersecurity

Binary code bursts from phones held by a crowd of people with an overlay of glowing electronic numbers, photo by peterhowell/Getty Images

OP-ED: What is the Adversary Likely to Do with the Clearance Records for 20 Million Americans?

REPORT: Zero Days, Thousands of Nights: The Life and Times of Zero-Day Vulnerabilities and Their Exploits

VIDEO AND TESTIMONY: Emerging Cyber Threats and Implications

Litigation and the Judicial System

Facade of the U.S. Supreme Court Building, photo by trekandphoto/Fotolia

JOURNAL ARTICLE: Medical Malpractice Reform

REPORT: Bankruptcy Trusts Complicate the Outcomes of Asbestos Lawsuits

REPORT: Where the Money Goes: Understanding Litigant Expenditures for Producing Electronic Discovery

REPORT: Fostering Innovation in the U.S. Courts

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