Friday, July 4, 2014
"Supreme Court conservatives are playing a long game": David G. Savage will have this article in Saturday's edition of The Los Angeles Times.
Posted at 10:58 PM by Howard Bashman
"Obama Weighs Steps to Cover Contraception": Robert Pear and Adam Liptak will have this article in Saturday's edition of The New York Times.
And The Washington Post has a news update headlined "High court's college birth-control ruling may further outrage Democrats, mobilize them."
"High court is right's backstop": Niall Stanage has this report online today at The Hill.
Posted at 10:04 PM by Howard Bashman
"Quick Change Justice: While you were sleeping, Hobby Lobby just got so much worse." Dahlia Lithwick and Sonja West have this jurisprudence essay online today at Slate.
Posted at 09:52 PM by Howard Bashman
"Christian School's Relief on Contraception Coverage Could Embolden Others; Supreme Court Temporary Order Gives Wheaton College a Way Around Compromise Offered by Obama Administration": Jess Bravin will have this article in Saturday's edition of The Wall Street Journal.
"Google Starts Erasing Links for Searches in Europe": Today's edition of The New York Times contains an article that begins, "In May, a European court told Google it must assist people in cleaning up their online reputations by ruling that there is a 'right to be forgotten.'"
Posted at 07:58 PM by Howard Bashman
"Hobby Lobby 2.0: Don't blame Justice Ginsburg." Steven Mazie has this blog post online at The Economist.
Posted at 07:42 PM by Howard Bashman
"Signs That the Supreme Court May Push Back Against the NSA: A recent ruling in a case on cell-phone searches may point to future limitations on surveillance." Conor Friedersdorf has this essay online at The Atlantic.
Posted at 11:50 AM by Howard Bashman
"The Supreme Court's Fish Tale: A federal case involving a commercial fisherman who discarded some groupers could broaden Sarbanes-Oxley's scope to a burdensome degree." Jim McTague has this essay online today at Barron's.
"Book review: 'On Democracy's Doorstop,' by J. Douglas Smith." In Sunday's edition of The Washington Post, David Garrow will have this review of J. Douglas Smith's new book, "On Democracy's Doorstep: The Inside Story of How the Supreme Court Brought 'One Person, One Vote' to the United States."
Posted at 10:54 AM by Howard Bashman