Time: 10:00 PM
Location: Renaissance Theater, Tuscany Falls Clubhouse
The appointment of a new Supreme Court justice will greatly impact the lives of Americans for many decades to come, making the court's actions the most lasting of the three branches of government.
Think, for example, of the 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education ruling that ended school segregation; the 1966 Miranda vs. Arizona decision that prisoners must be advised of their rights; and the 1973 Roe vs. Wade, regarding restricted access to abortions.
ASU Professor Paul Bender returns to enlighten us on cases before the Supreme Court and whether court precedents might be reversed.
Monday Morning Lectures are held in the Renaissance Theater at 10 a.m., except for Jan. 21, which is 9:30 a.m. Tickets to all Monday Lectures are $5 per person and may be purchased at the door of the Renaissance Theater on the day of the lecture.
Further information may be found at the LifeLong Learning website at https://lifelonglearningatpc.org/.