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Does federal law protect loan guarantors from marital-status bias? SCOTUS accepts case

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Many historic moments captured on television, so why not SCOTUS arguments, commercial asks

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Does extortion conspiracy require outsider victim? Supreme Court agrees to decide

Supreme Court Report

Although the ACA is 1,000 pages long, its future may depend on a single phrase

Criminal Justice

SCOTUS fish case could free friend of Boston bombing suspect, lawyer says

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SCOTUS smiles on nondentist teeth whiteners, allows antitrust action against dentistry board

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Is a fish a ‘tangible object’? Not in this case, SCOTUS rules in parsing post-Enron law

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Chemerinsky: SCOTUS gets another look at the Affordable Care Act

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Plaintiffs challenging health law may not have standing; one is unsure how she was chosen for case

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Responding to SCOTUS order to show cause, BigLaw partner defends his jargon-filled brief

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Retired justice responds to editorial slamming ‘bizarre 2011 ruling’

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Ginsburg offers second reason for snoozing during State of the Union: an all-nighter and a ‘hot pen’

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SCOTUSblog can’t get Supreme Court press credentials under new policy; what about Denniston?

Constitutional Law

Did SCOTUS decision help states seeking to lower the drinking age? Minnesota lawmaker thinks so

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SCOTUS won’t block gay marriages in Alabama; Thomas decries ‘cavalier attitude’ toward states

Legal History

Sarah Weddington on being a young, female lawyer in a watershed SCOTUS case that reverberates today

First Amendment

Where should the line between free speech and accountability be drawn on social media?

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SCOTUS stays execution of inmate who’s been on death row for more than 30 years

Law Schools

MacArthur grant nonprofit winners include law school center, retired justice’s civics program

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Supreme Court’s ‘shadow docket’ would benefit from greater transparency, op-ed says