The State of Cyber Policy Part I:

The State of Cyber Policy Part I:

Brandon Edwards

 

During President Elect Donald Trump’s campaign, many said his more extreme rhetoric was in an effort to energize his supporters. This appears to be holding true as Trump discusses policy, picks his cabinet members, and interviews with the media. In a 60 minutes interview he spoke about his stance on a couple of the issues as he prepares to take office. On gay marriage he said, “It’s irrelevant because it was already settled. It’s law. It was settled in the Supreme Court. I mean it’s done.” Yet he turns to other issues that were settled by the Supreme Court and says, “if it’s ever overturned, it would go back to the states”. Are some supreme court decisions set in stone and others not? Does this mean his administration will pick and choose which court cases they want the supreme court to review or attempt to overrule?

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