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Thursday, May 30, 2019

“Death penalty repealed; NH Senate votes to override veto”: Dave Solomon of The Union Leader of Manchester, New Hampshire has this report.

Ethan DeWitt of The Concord (N.H.) Monitor reports that “Senate overrides Sununu to end death penalty in New Hampshire.”

Zoe Greenberg of The Boston Globe reports that “New Hampshire becomes 21st state to abolish the death penalty.”

Mark Berman of The Washington Post reports that “New Hampshire abolishes death penalty after lawmakers override governor.”

Jon Kamp of The Wall Street Journal reports that “New Hampshire Lawmakers Ban Death Penalty With Veto Override; Senate votes 16-8 to overturn Republican Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto, a victory for capital-punishment opponents.”

Holly Ramer of The Associated Press reports that “New Hampshire repeals death penalty as Senate overrides veto.”

Eli Watkins of CNN reports that “New Hampshire repeals death penalty after lawmakers override Republican governor.”

Louis Casiano of Fox News reports that “New Hampshire lawmakers repeal death penalty with override of governor’s veto.”

And in commentary, online at Slate, Mark Joseph Stern has a jurisprudence essay titled “New Hampshire Legislature Overrides Veto, Abolishes Death Penalty.”

Posted at 9:42 PM by Howard Bashman

“Give Michigan Supreme Court justices a 10% pay raise, state panel says”: Paul Egan of The Detroit Free Press has an article that begins, “A state panel , expressing concern Thursday that judges of the Michigan Court of Appeals will soon be paid more than justices of the Michigan Supreme Court, unanimously recommended the justices receive a pay hike of 10% over two years.”

Posted at 9:20 PM by Howard Bashman

“Supreme Court scholars’ new paper sparks debate over influence of blogs, podcasts”: Alison Frankel’s “On the Case” from Thomson Reuters News & Insight has this post.

Posted at 8:15 PM by Howard Bashman

“Clarence Thomas’s Misplaced Anti-Eugenics Concurrence in the Indiana Abortion Case”: Law professor Michael C. Dorf has this post at his blog, “Dorf on Law.”

And at the “Balkinization” blog, Mark Graber has a post titled “More Policy from Justice Thomas.”

Posted at 8:24 AM by Howard Bashman

“The Three Fault Lines of Contemporary Originalism”: John O. McGinnis has this post at the “Law & Liberty” blog.

Posted at 8:22 AM by Howard Bashman

“Fisher & Larsen on ‘Virtual Briefing’: A Recommendation and Some Thoughts.” Paul Horwitz has this post at “PrawfsBlawg.”

Posted at 8:16 AM by Howard Bashman

“The last time the Supreme Court was invited to overturn Roe v. Wade, a surprising majority was unwilling”: Robert Barnes has this front page article in today’s edition of The Washington Post..

Posted at 8:00 AM by Howard Bashman