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Sunday, August 14, 2005

“Environmentalists Uncertain on Roberts; Review of Record Sends Mixed Signals For One of Left’s Most Vocal Constituencies”: This article (free access provided) will appear Monday in The Wall Street Journal.

Posted at 11:12 PM by Howard Bashman

“Teacher, district settle ‘God’ dispute”: The Oakland Tribune on Friday contained an article that begins, “A final settlement was reached Thursday in the case of the Cupertino schoolteacher who sued his district after officials banned him from using religious excerpts from the Declaration of Independence and other historical documents.”

Posted at 11:04 PM by Howard Bashman

“Miss. on ‘right track’ with race relations, retired judge says”: Thursday’s edition of The Clarion-Ledger of Jackson, Mississippi contained this article.

Posted at 10:42 PM by Howard Bashman

In news from Mississippi: The Clarion-Ledger of Jackson, Missippi on Saturday contained articles headlined:

And The Biloxi Sun Herald on Saturday contained articles headlined:

Saturday’s issue of The Sun Herald also contained an item headlined “Transcript of Friday proceedings,” while today’s newspaper contains an article entitled “Faith surrounds bribery trial; Minor, Diaz, Whitfield and Teel: A higher power got us through.”

Posted at 10:15 PM by Howard Bashman

“US hunt goes on for clues to enigmatic court nominee”: Patti Waldmeir will have this article in Monday’s edition of Financial Times.

Posted at 9:12 PM by Howard Bashman

“In media battle over Roberts, GOP on top; Lack of controversy and opponents’ misstep give the Supreme Court nominee an important leg up”: This article will appear Monday in The Christian Science Monitor.

Posted at 9:03 PM by Howard Bashman

“Legal Urban Legends Hold Sway; Tall tales of outrageous jury awards have helped bolster business-led campaigns to overhaul the civil justice system”: This article appears today in The Los Angeles Times.

Posted at 5:00 PM by Howard Bashman

“Debating the Power of the Presidency; Some say John Roberts’ biggest impact on the high court could come in cases on wartime executive authority — not a right to abortion”: Henry Weinstein has this article today in The Los Angeles Times.

The Dallas Morning News today contains an article headlined “Clerks play backup for the Supremes; Nation’s top legal minds make up an elite but largely unknown group.”

The Week in Review section of The New York Times contains an article headlined “The Briefcase Carries Briefs, Not Necessarily Ideologies.”

In The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Michael McGough reports that “Supreme Court nomination battle spotlights legal societies and their divergent views; Newer American Constitution Society modeled on more conservative Federalist Society.”

The Washington Post contains an article headlined “NARAL Communications Director Resigns” and a news analysis headlined “Roberts Ad Highlights Volatility of Abortion Issue.”

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that “Churches gird for fight over Roberts.”

And The Los Angeles Daily News reports that “Reagan Library scrambling.”

In commentary, The Washington Post contains an editorial entitled “The Stakes for States,” while columnist George F. Will has an op-ed entitled “Sense From the Hall of Framers.”

The Los Angeles Times contains an editorial entitled “Not worth fighting over.”

The Sacramento Bee contains an editorial entitled “Too much secrecy: Administration’s refusal to release papers does a disservice to Rogers [sic] and public.”

In The Detroit News, columnist Laura Berman has an op-ed entitled “The mudslingers spatter themselves with Roberts ads.”

In The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Brian Fahling has an op-ed entitled “Arlen Specter’s legislative supremacy doctrine is absurd.”

And in The Mobile Register, James L. Evans has an op-ed entitled “Decrying and embracing hypocrisy.”

Posted at 8:24 AM by Howard Bashman