Professor Larry Jacobs was quoted in this editorial, saying the Supreme Court is strenuously resisting calls for it to follow a code of conduct. "It is jealous of its prerogative and does not want to … have a code used to scrutinize them. That's preposterous.”
Former President Donald Trump's arraignment on 34 felony charges is "a momentous occasion ... one that we should be sober about," said Professor Larry Jacobs in an interview for this story reacting to the news.
Coverage of a Humphrey School event hosted by the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance with Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, who has written a book about filibuster reform in the Senate. The discussion was moderated by Professor Larry Jacobs.
Professor Larry Jacobs was interviewed for this story on the role of U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer, a Minnesota Republican, whose main job as the House Majority Whip is to line up the votes needed by Rep. Kevin McCarthy in his bid to become House Speaker.