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Unwinding the Administrative State: Progress, Setbacks, and the Road Ahead
Emmett McGroarty, IHE Director of the Program on the Constitution and Catholic Social Doctrine, leads a panel discussion about unwinding the administrative state, featuring Kara Rollins, litigation counsel for New Civil Liberties Alliance, and Anthony Campau, visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation. 

Panelists will discuss legal and legislative routes available for reining in arbitrary administrative lawmaking power, the discrimination religious Americans face at the hands of the administrative state, and the effects of COVID-19 on administrative power inflation.

Dec 10, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Emmett McGroarty
Director of the Program on the Constitution and Catholic Social Doctrine @The Institute for Human Ecology
Emmett McGroarty studies public policies that undermine the constitutional structure and the principle of subsidiarity. He is the co-author of Deconstructing the Administrative State: The Fight for Liberty. He is also co-author of Controlling Education from the Top: Why Common Core Is Bad for America, Pioneer Institute, No. 87 (May 2012); and Cogs in the Machine: Big Data, Common Core, and National Testing, Pioneer Institute, No. 114 (May 2014). Mr. McGroarty is co-founder of truthinamericaneducation.com, a nationwide network that sheds light on the Common Core system and the collection of private data on children and their families. His writings have appeared in Christian Post, Crisis, Daily Caller, The Federalist, FoxNews.com, New York Post, Public Discourse, The Hill, Townhall, USA Today, and The Washington Times. He has testified before state and federal committees and commissions. Mr. McGroarty received an A.B. from Georgetown University and a J.D. from Fordham School of Law.
Philip A. Hamburger
Maurice and Hilda Friedman Professor of Law @Columbia Law School
Philip Hamburger teaches constitutional law and its history at Columbia Law School, where he is the Maurice and Hilda Friedman Professor of Law. He is also President of the New Civil Liberties Alliance—a civil rights organization dedicated to protecting all Americans from the administrative state and other threats to constitutional freedoms. Before coming to Columbia, he was the John P. Wilson Professor at the University of Chicago Law School. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and he has served on the board of directors of the American Society for Legal History. He has twice received the Sutherland Prize, and has been awarded the Henry Paolucci - Walter Bagehot Book Award, the Hayek Book Prize, and the Bradley Prize. His books are Liberal Suppression: Section 501(c)(3) and the Taxation of Speech (Chicago 2018), The Administrative Threat (Encounter 2017), Is Administrative Law Unlawful? (Chicago 2014), and Separation of Church and State (Harvard 2002).