It says to me, first, that telling an American that the debate on an issue is settled will receive a healthy dose of “yeah, right” from many across this country.
This last week in Hawaii a number of different events happened at the government and society that leads me to do a “week in review” type post for today (4/18)
As the COVID-19 saga continues, one quiet but notable narrative has started to emerge. That narrative being why isn’t the federal government coordinating the entire response to the pandemic?
Despite their breadth, the federal and state quarantine powers are subject to important constitutional limitations.