"Abortions Declining in U.S., Study Finds":
Erik Eckholm will have this article
in Monday's edition of The New York Times.
The Washington Post has an article headlined "Study: Abortion rate at lowest point since 1973."
The Los Angeles Times reports that "U.S. abortion rate in 2011 lowest since 1973, study says."
The Associated Press has an article headlined "Report: US abortion rate at lowest since 1973."
And Reuters has a report headlined "U.S. abortion rate hits lowest level since 1973: study."
"Marriage shift has Kansas right scrambling; Cultural shift was already underway in 2005":
John Hanna of The Associated Press has a news analysis
that begins, "Religious conservatives in Kansas fear that the legal wall they built against gay marriage will soon tumble, and they are looking for legislators to help them dig a new line of defense in resisting a growing American tolerance of same-sex relationships."
"Georgia claims Florida acting prematurely in water dispute; Lawsuit is 'wrong party ... wrong time,' state claims in Supreme Court document":
The Times of Gainesville, Georgia has this report
"Court to review religious law once hailed by Democrats but now used to battle Obamacare":
Robert Barnes will have this new installment
of his "The High Court" column in Monday's edition of The Washington Post.
"Obama's executive actions rejuvenate legal battles; A look at the balance of power in the battle over presidential powers":
Richard Wolf will have this article
in Monday's edition of USA Today.
"The U.S. hypocrisy over Russia's anti-gay laws":
Law professors Ian Ayres
and William Eskridge
have this op-ed
today in The Washington Post.
"Boston Marathon bombings: The death penalty still isn't appropriate; Despite the emotional devastation, the government is wrong to seek that punishment in the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev." This editorial
appears today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Pending Supreme Court decision has implications for Middletown plant":
Today's edition of The Dayton Daily News contains an article
that begins, "To get a better idea of why a Florida energy company would propose to build a $500 million natural gas-burning power plant in Middletown, look no further than a U.S. Supreme Court decision that's due later this year."
"Toal, Pleicones release financial information in SC Supreme Court race": This front page article
appears today in The State of Columbia, South Carolina.
"Diverse groups weigh in on Hobby Lobby contraceptives case; Christians, Jews, atheists, scholars, members of Congress and many others file legal briefs in contraception case before the U.S. Supreme Court":
Chris Casteel has this article
today in The Oklahoman.
On this date in "How Appealing" history:
Exactly ten years ago today, I published this blog's "20 questions for the appellate judge" interview
with Ninth Circuit
Judge Stephen Reinhardt
Also exactly ten years ago today, my solo appellate practice opened for business. Thanks to all of the clients, referring counsel, and co-counsel who have made my law firm's first ten years such a success.
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Hobbling the NSA."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report
Also today, Kirkland has an article headlined "Little Sisters jab, still no KO."