In the segment reported by Tyler Baldwin, Kader, whose parents were Holocaust survivors, expresses concerns about the bill.
"Our concept of equal justice is one of our most fundamental values," Kader said. "When the government acts in any manner that may compromise that value, we ought to be concerned about it.
"How easy it is to slide away from democratic values into authoritarian and fascistic values," Kader said. "Democracy is a very fragile thing." Watch the report here.
Kader teaches in the areas of criminal procedure, torts, state constitutional law and religion and the Constitution. He recently lectured on "Religion & the American Constitution" at Sarajevo University in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and in Zagreb, Croatia, at the Open Society Institute Conference on Religion in Civil Society.
Professor Kader served nine terms as president of the Phoenix Holocaust Survivors' Association and is on the Coordinating Council of Generations of the Shoah International. He also serves on the advisory councils of the Martin-Springer Institute at Northern Arizona University and the V. Meed Summer Teachers' Program of the American Gathering.