Election 2020: The Final Week and Beyond
RadioEd is a biweekly podcast created by the DU Newsroom that taps into the University of Denver’s deep pool of bright brains to explore new takes on today’s top stories. See below for a full episode transcript.
Americans across the political spectrum have spent the last few months perched at the edge of their seats awaiting U.S. Supreme Court decisions sure to affect the presidential election and everyday life for millions. With the decisions now trickling in, citizens are looking to make sense of them. Even with newly appointed conservative justices, the court issued a number of rulings that defied expectations. In this episode, we take on three of the most wide-reaching decisions: Louisiana’s anti-abortion law, LGBTQ+ worker rights (skip to 13:05) and DACA (skip to 24:10).
Rachel Arnow-Richman is the Chauncey Wilson Memorial research professor and director of the workplace law program in DU's Sturm College of Law.
In this episode:
June Medical Services v. Russo (Abortion)
- Planned Parenthood v. Casey
- Whole Women's Health v. Hellerstedt
- Trump says Roe v. Wade will be overturned 'automatically' if he's elected
- Wilson's "Newsweek" op-ed: Trump failed to deliver for evangelicals in Supreme Court abortion case
Bostock v. Clayton County (LGBTQ+ worker rights)
- Obergefell v. Hodges
- With LGBT ruling, Supreme Court hands liberals a surprise victory
- Neil Gorsuch? The surprise behind the Supreme Court’s surprising LGBTQ decision
Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of the University of California (DACA)
- Crimmigration blog
- Migrating to Prison: America’s Obsession with Locking Up Immigrants (César's book)
- Supreme Court rules for DREAMers, against Trump
- The head of ICE says he will deport DREAMers if the Supreme Court ends DACA
- Trump can take a DACA do-over. Will he?
- A statement from the Colorado Department of Higher Education and colleges and universities on DACA