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The morning read for Monday, May 3

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at [email protected] Here’s the Monday morning read: Student Speech Case Falling Flat at Court? (Kenneth Jost, Jost on Justice) Petty Sticklerism That Fortuitously Benefits An Undocumented Immigrant is Still Petty Sticklerism (Michael Dorf, Dorf on Law) Supreme Court’s Ethics Problems Are Bigger Than Coney Barrett (Tim...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Round-up, Steve Vladeck, Neil Gorsuch, Kenneth Jost Jost, Coney Barrett Timothy O Brien Bloomberg, Supreme Court Mario Nicolais


Monday round-up

Here’s a round-up of Supreme Court-related news and commentary from around the web: Trump campaign brings new U.S. Supreme Court challenge over Pennsylvania’s 2020 election (Jonathan Lai, The Philadelphia Inquirer) (Jess Bravin, The Wall Street Journal) Court Gives Trump a Pass in Census Lawsuit (Kenneth Jost, Jost on Justice) Declining To Rule On The Merits, The Supreme Court Allows Trump’s Census Order To Stand For Now (Michael Bobelian, Forbes) Supreme Court dismisses case on excluding ill...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Trump, Round-up, U S Supreme Court, Jonathan Lai, Kenneth Jost Jost, Wall Street Journal Court, Tyler Olson Bill Mears Shannon Bream, Howard Wasserman PrawfsBlawg Infographic on Trump


Monday round-up

Immigration removal procedures and lawsuits against federal officials are the two topics before the Supreme Court on Monday. During oral argument in Niz-Chavez v. Barr, the justices will consider an important procedural question about how the government must notify non-citizens that it is initiating deportation proceedings against them (our preview of the case is here). And in Brownback v. King, the justices will consider the extent to which a statutory provision in the Federal Tort Claims Act l...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Law, California, New York Times, Donald Trump, Gore, Round-up, Bush, Richard Wolf, Nina Totenberg, Brownback, Steven Mazie, NPR Trump, City Of Philadelphia, Niz Chavez


Monday round-up

Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was confirmed to the Supreme Court last week, will participate in her first oral arguments on Monday, as the court returns to the virtual bench for its November argument session. The justices will hear argument — by telephone, of course — in two cases involving relatively technical questions of statutory interpretation: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services v. Sierra Club, which is about the scope of an exemption under the Freedom of Information Act (read our preview her...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Lgbtq, Salinas, Sierra Club, Round-up, Scalia, Richard Wolf, Barrett, Erwin Chemerinsky, Amy Coney Barrett, U S Railroad Retirement Board, Kenneth Jost Jost, U S Fish and Wildlife Services, Jessica Gresko Associated Press SCOTUS, ABA Journal More


Monday round-up

The Senate is expected to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Monday, and the White House is planning an outdoor swearing-in ceremony that could occur as soon as Monday night. Fifty-one votes are needed in the Senate to confirm Barrett, and Republicans, who hold a slim majority in the chamber, are expected to confirm her with no Democratic support. Barrett would fill the seat formerly held by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Sept. 18. All of SCOTUSblog’s coverage of B...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Senate, White House, Pennsylvania, Gop, Wisconsin, Republican Party, North Carolina, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Round-up, John Roberts, Barrett, Joan Biskupic, Amy Coney Barrett, Kenneth Jost Jost


Monday round-up

The Supreme Court’s 2020-21 docket continues to slowly fill up. The justices announced late Friday that they will hear oral argument on Nov. 30 in Trump v. New York, a high-profile dispute over the Trump administration’s plan to exclude people who are living in the country illegally from the census-based population counts that are used to reapportion seats in the House of Representatives. And the justices may decide to add one or more cases on Monday morning, when they are expected to release or...
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