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Professor Nteta co-authored a new study that shows racial prejudice on the debate over whether to pay college athletes. Nteta says racial attitudes play a role in the debate on NPR

Collins is featured in Roll Call  commenting on Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley's comments during the Gorsuch hearing.

Professor Collins answers questions about “dark money” spent on Gorsuch's behalf on the radio program Background Briefing with Ian Masters.

Professor Collins is a guest on WBUR this week, recapping Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation hearings. 

Professor Collins speculates questions that the Senate Judiciary Committee might ask Gorsuch on 22 News: "I think you will see questions by senators about President Trump’s attacks on judges, and how Judge Gorsuch feels about that. I think you will have some questions about the immigration ban that is currently being considered."

Professor Blinder is featured in the Christian Science Monitor.

He comments on 84 Lumber's controversial Super Bowl commercial: "People of all political stripes start to sound a little bit different when you talk about particular immigrants..."

Jesse H. Rhodes writes a column about voter fraud published in Newsweek.

He explains that despite President Donald J. Trump’s assertion that there was widespread illegal voting in the 2016 election, there is no evidence of what he calls voter fraud by impersonation.
Rhodes infers that these false claims of illegal voting will accomplish more restrictive voting rules that work to suppress minority voting as a whole.

Paul Collins is featured in the Daily Hampshire Gazette discussing Trump's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, Neil M. Gorsuch.

Collins gives his audience an optimistic quote, "his [Neil M. Gorsuchopinions show respect for people on all sides".

Jesse Rhodes writes in The Conversation about recent claims of voter fraud that occurred during the 2016 Presidential Election.

Paul Musgrave speaks of the decaying relations between the U.S. and China under the new Trump administration. 

Musgrave says "..the greatest geopolitical risk is possible".

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