Sunday, March 31, 2013
"Vikings great Page pens kids' book about pinky; Justice's finger permanently bent outward at a 90-degree angle": The Associated Press has a report that begins, "Pro football Hall of Famer and Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page has written a children's book about his odd pinky, a finger that's permanently bent outward at a 90-degree angle."
Posted at 09:50 PM by Howard Bashman
"High court questions legality of driving under the influence of marijuana in Ariz." Howard Fischer has this article in today's edition of Today's News-Herald of Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
Posted at 01:44 PM by Howard Bashman
"High court poised to upend civil rights policies": Hope Yen of The Associated Press has this report.
Posted at 10:33 AM by Howard Bashman
"Moonlighting judges collect corporate pay; Pennsylvania is among few states that let jurists work in business world -- for handsome pay": This article appears today in The Morning Call of Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Posted at 10:12 AM by Howard Bashman
"Cooperation needed for high court nominee": The Citizens' Voice of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania contains this article today.
In today's edition of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, law professor Bruce Ledewitz has an op-ed titled "Pennsylvania's Supreme Court, still broken; It's been defined by arrogance and mired in scandal for decades." And Friday's newspaper contained an editorial titled "The next justice: Corbett should name a non-partisan to the court."
On Friday at his "Baer Growls" blog, columnist John Baer of The Philadelphia Daily News had a blog post titled "Judging for the Ages."
And last week in The Patriot-News of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Scott Cooper had an op-ed titled "Merit selection will make picking judges more political, not less."
"US to release Aaron Swartz papers": This article appeared yesterday in The Boston Globe.
And recently at "DCist," Martin Austermuhle had a post titled "Breaking the Law to Publish the Law: Open Government Advocate Digitizes Entirety of D.C. Code."
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Do cases sound death knell for affirmative action?" Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report.
Posted at 09:38 AM by Howard Bashman