The 10th Amendment reserves powers not delegated to the federal government back to the states. But where the line between federal and state power lies has been debated for centuries, including recent debates over gay marriage, gun rights and abortion. We’ll take stock of the Tenth Amendment, and the implications for policy that flow from it.
- Ernest Young: Alston & Bird Professor of Law at Duke University. He teaches constitutional law, federal courts, and foreign relations law.
- John Greabe: teaches constitutional law, civil procedure, federal courts and jurisdiction at the University Of New Hampshire School Of Law