GW WonkCast S3E6-3: Above the Fold: The Role of the Judicial Branch during the Trump Administration

GW WonkCast interrupts the airwaves to talk about the power of the judicial branch and what role the court systems play among the policies of the Trump administration. Recorded live at GW’s WRGW radio station, GW WonkCast co-Hosts Haley Dunn and Gabe Moss join WRGW News anchors Harris Kay, Robert O’Shaughnessy, and Matthew Williams to discuss cases related to DACA, detained immigrants, and LGBT rights.

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co-Hosts Gabe Moss and Haley Dunn live on air.

Above the Fold: Everyday events in the news are driven by policy in both obvious and unexpected ways. Join the GW WonkCast team live on air with WRGW News to hear where policy and breaking news intersect.

Listen live on Fridays from 6:30-7:00 p.m. on WRGW’s website and on iHeartRadio!



This week’s sources:

Trump wants top court to restrain judges who block policies, San Francisco Chronicle

Sessions calls out judges for blocking Trump policy, CNN Politics

Supreme Court throws out ruling that said detained immigrants deserve bond hearings, The Washington Post

U.S. appeals court says Title VII covers discrimination based on sexual orientation, Reuters

This court ruling could help change the scope of gay rights in America, Vox

Another LGBT Rights Victory at the Supreme Court, This Time for Parental Rights, Advocate

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  1. […] East. Also, don’t miss last week’s Above the Fold with WRGW station which tackles the role of the Supreme Court in the Trump administration, as well as policy news from Below the Fold this week. Subscribe in […]


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