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About bclark

An active and engaged student at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut with a penchant for law and government. Further, a student who is fervently invested in fostering growth and continued progress at the aforementioned institution by way of civic and community engagement.

Enjoy Your Civil Liberties While You Kill My Father

Liliana Polley Contributing Writer Pandemics are not new to this nation. Since its founding, the United States has had its fair share of health emergency crises. This country has experienced the loss of billions of American citizens to illnesses like … Continue reading

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Americans to Prepare to Sacrifice their Liberty Rights to Maintain their Rights to Life

By Micki Lee Coleman-Palansky ’20 Contributing Writer  At 11:59 p.m. on New Year’s Eve people across America countdown the seconds to the New Year. 7,477 miles away from the New York ball drop another ball was about to be dropped … Continue reading

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Seven Questions with Ben Lovejoy ’16

By Brendan W. Clark ’21 Editor-in-Chief The Policy Voice spoke with Ben Lovejoy ’16, a Public Policy and Law program alumnus, about his time at Trinity, his experience with the legislature, and his future educational plans at the University of … Continue reading

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PBPL Alumna Writes on Importance of National Service During Covid-19 Crisis

By Brendan W. Clark ’21 Editor-in-Chief  Public Policy and Law alumna Brooke LePage ’19, a policy associate at FutureEd, part of  Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy, has recently authored a piece in The Hill emphasizing the need for … Continue reading

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Where is the Line When it Comes to Emotional Support Animals on Planes?

By Cara Bradley ’20 Contributing Writer  This February the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) released a notice of proposed rulemaking to amend the definition of a service animal in air transportation. This change would allow airlines the right to prohibit … Continue reading

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PBPL Federalism Course and Their Study of COVID-19 Featured By Trinity

By Brendan W. Clark ’21 Editor-in-Chief Public Policy and Law Program Director Renny Fulco and the students of her “Federalism and Public Policy” course were recently featured by Trinity College for their continued study of COVID-19 and how federalism plays … Continue reading

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