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Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Contraception Coverage
The New York Times, January 17, 2020

The justices will weigh Trump administration regulations allowing employers to refuse to provide access to birth control on religious or moral grounds.


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The New York Times, January 17, 2020

A handful of rogue electoral votes, if allowed, could tip the next presidential election.


Now available on Oyez: This week’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts
SCOTUSblog, January 17, 2020

Oyez has posted the aligned audio and transcripts from this week’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court. The court heard argument this week in: Lucky Brand Dungarees v. Marcel Fashion Group Thole v. U.S. Bank Kelly v. United States Romag Fasteners v. Fossil Babb v. Wilkie The post Now available on Oyez: This week’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts appeared first on SCOTUSblog.


In McGahn Case, an Epic Constitutional Showdown
The New York Times, January 13, 2020

The Supreme Court has never definitively resolved whether Congress can sue the president.


Is John Roberts a Closeted Never-Trumper? Reading Between the Lines of the Chief Justice’s Year-End Report
Justia's Verdict, January 8, 2020

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