Wednesday, January 11, 2017
"Trump Promises Fast Action on Supreme Court Nomination": Adam Liptak of The New York Times has this report.
Anita Kumar and Michael Doyle of McClatchy Washington Bureau report that "Trump will nominate a Supreme Court justice soon, but will it be soon enough?"
Emily Stephenson and Lawrence Hurley of Reuters report that "Trump says he'll make high court pick within 2 weeks after taking office."
Ariane de Vogue, Phil Mattingly, and Tom LoBianco of CNN.com report that "Trump, Pence moving quickly on Supreme Court pick."
And Eliana Johnson of Politico.com reports that "Trump pledges to name Supreme Court nominee within two weeks of inauguration."
"Honour killings to voting rights: Hot-button issues coming up at Supreme Court." Sean Fine of The Toronto Globe and Mail has this report.
Posted at 10:08 PM by Howard Bashman
"Goodyear Asks Supreme Court to Nix $2.7M Sanction": Samson Habte of Bloomberg BNA has this report.
Posted at 10:04 PM by Howard Bashman
"Big Law Associate Takes on Supreme Court Veteran Over NCAA Race-Bias Claims": Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal has an article that begins, "A Morrison & Foerster associate who recently completed a U.S. Supreme Court clerkship will argue Wednesday against former solicitor general Seth Waxman in a major race discrimination case that involves the National Collegiate Athletic Association."
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has posted online on YouTube at this link the video of today's oral argument before a three-judge panel in Hardie v. NCAA, No. 15-55576 (9th Cir.).
"Supreme Court Weighs If Some Credit Card 'Swipe' Fees Violate The 1st Amendment; A group of New York merchants is challenging a state law it says misleads consumers": Cristian Farias of The Huffington Post has this report.
Posted at 09:25 PM by Howard Bashman
"Justices Face 'Blizzard of Words' in Special Education Case": Adam Liptak of The new York Times has this report.
David G. Savage of The Los Angeles Times reports that "Supreme Court likely to boost public schools' responsibilities to children with disabilities."
Emma Brown and Robert Barnes of The Washington Post report that "Supreme Court wrestles with defining rights for students with disabilities, including autism."
Jess Bravin of The Wall Street Journal reports that "Supreme Court Appears Ready to Bolster Support for Disabled Students; Justices hear arguments in case of school district refusing to pay for private school for autistic student."
Mark K. Matthews of The Denver Post reports that "U.S. Supreme Court hears case on special-needs students that started in Colorado."
Sam Hananel of The Associated Press reports that "High court may put more bite into law for disabled students."
On this evening's broadcast of NPR's "All Things Considered," Nina Totenberg had an audio segment titled "Supreme Court Considers How Schools Support Students With Disabilities."
"Potential nominee profile: William Pryor." Kevin Russell and Charles Davis have this post at "SCOTUSblog."
Posted at 10:02 AM by Howard Bashman
"King tells the Supreme Court how to do its job": The Des Moines Register has this editorial.
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"Texas Supreme Court case revives past improper admissions practices at UT": Lindsay Ellis of The Houston Chronicle has this report.
Posted at 09:45 AM by Howard Bashman
"U.S. Supreme Court to decide on education rights for millions of children with disabilities": David G. Savage of The Los Angeles Times has this report.
John Aguilar and Mark K. Matthews of The Denver Post report that "Colorado at center of Supreme Court case that examines standards for special-needs students."
And Emma Brown of The Washington Post has an article headlined "Supreme Court to decide: What level of education do public schools legally owe to students with disabilities?"
"Feinstein confronts Sessions, as Supreme Court battle awaits": Carolyn Lochhead has this front page article in today's edition of The San Francisco Chronicle.
Posted at 09:37 AM by Howard Bashman
"Colorado official proposes refunds for exonerated defendants after harsh questions by Supreme Court; U.S. Supreme Court hears appeal on state's rule requiring lawsuits to get money back": David Migoya has this front page article in today's edition of The Denver Post.
Posted at 09:34 AM by Howard Bashman