Professor Volokh Comments on House Reading of the Constitution in Washington Post Article

January 4, 2011 -- Professor Eugene Volokh is cited in a Washington Post article on the new Republican majority in the House of Representatives and a plan by Republican lawmakers to begin the congressional term by reading aloud the U.S. Constitution.

UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh, who runs a legal blog popular with conservatives, would read the First Amendment, on freedom of speech, press and religion, and the Second Amendment, on bearing arms. The latter amendment was the last part of the Bill of Rights to be applied to the states, coming in a Supreme Court ruling last June.

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