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Saturday, October 5, 2013

"Illegal immigrants allowed to practice law in California": Reuters has a report that begins, "Illegal immigrants can be licensed to practice law in California under one of eight bills expanding immigrant rights that were signed by Governor Jerry Brown on Saturday."

A few weeks ago, Bob Egelko of The San Francisco Chronicle examined the background of the legislation in an article headlined "Bill would let undocumented immigrants be lawyers."

And today at the "At the Lectern" blog, David Ettinger has a post titled "Governor signs 'Garcia' bill."
Posted at 10:22 PM by Howard Bashman



"Affirmative action intact at UNC": This article appeared in Friday's edition of The Daily Tar Heel, the student newspaper of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

And at The Huffington Post, Molly Nestor has a blog entry titled "Why This New Teacher is Going to the Supreme Court" that begins, "When Proposal 2 passed in 2006, it banned race-conscious college admissions policies in Michigan."
Posted at 10:14 PM by Howard Bashman



"Supreme Court can rescue another freedom in a campaign cash case": Columnist George F. Will has this op-ed in The Washington Post.
Posted at 10:06 PM by Howard Bashman


"The Supreme Court Returns": This editorial will appear in Sunday's edition of The New York Times.
Posted at 10:04 PM by Howard Bashman


"Controversy again on docket for Supreme Court; Hot-button issues before the court this term include abortion, affirmative action and campaign donations": In Sunday's edition of The Los Angeles Times, law professor John C. Eastman will have this op-ed.

In addition, law professor Eric J. Segall will have an op-ed titled "A liberal nightmare at the Supreme Court? Three key high court cases that could dramatically shift U.S. constitutional law to the right are likely to hinge on the vote of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy."
Posted at 11:32 AM by Howard Bashman



"Argument preview: Campaign finance -- again." Lyle Denniston has this post today at "SCOTUSblog."
Posted at 11:28 AM by Howard Bashman






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