Morning Docket: 01.31.22

* GULC’s Black Law Student Association wants Ilya Shapiro’s teaching contract revoked. My only question is, how do you get fired on your day off? [Newsone]

* Swiper, No Swiping! Jersey has new heavy penalties for porch thieves. [UPI]

* Another gun rights case could be headed to the Supreme Court soon if these 25 states get their way. [The Center Square]

* Is recording officer arrests speech? The legality of a law meant to prevent interference with Miami officer’s arrests may be unconstitutional. [Miami Herald]

* An Arizona senator wants to make the state more crypto-friendly by recognizing Bitcoin as legal tender. I’ll give it two weeks before an employee who makes $1500 a week sues for receiving a paycheck below the federal minimum wage because  the crypto-market tanks after a spicy Elon tweet. [CryptoPotato]

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