Robert's Rules: The Supreme Court and Affordable Health Care
Lifelong Learning (LLL) of the University of Central Missouri will present "Roberts Rules: The Supreme Court and Affordable Health Care" on Sunday, December 9, from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in Union 237B. The program, a free learning opportunity for the public, will feature Dr. James Staab, a specialist in constitutional law, who will explain the law itself and the Supreme Court's decision in regard to the program now known as "Obamacare." Free parking is available on the south side of Clark Street in the student/faculty parking lot and directly across from the Union in visitors' parking.
Dr. Staab chairs the Department of Government, International Studies, and Languages at UCM. He received his JD from the University of Richmond and his Ph.D from the University of Virginia. His primary field of interest is public law, including American constitutional law and civil rights and liberties. His published works have focused on several Supreme Court justices and include a book about the political thought of Justice Antonin Scalia published in 2006.
LLL seeks to provide a variety of learning opportunities easily accessible to those of all ages and backgrounds who wish to extend their knowledge on different topics. To learn more about LLL, visit the website at www.ucmo.edu/LLL.
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