"Lethal-Injection Drug Is Scrutinized; Midazolam, Used in Botched Oklahoma Execution, Tied to Two Other Cases Seen as Troubling":
Ashby Jones will have this article
in Monday's edition of The Wall Street Journal.
You can freely access the full text of the article via Google.
"Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and how he got that way":
In today's edition of The Buffalo News, Gene Warner has this review
of Bruce Allen Murphy
's new book, "Scalia: A Court of One
Available online at Reason.com:
David Harsanyi has an essay titled "No, the Supreme Court Doesn't Need Term Limits: Long-serving justices are far likelier to be impervious to fleeting populist bugaboos and the political pressures of the day
And S.M. Oliva has an essay titled "Sign Regulations and the Threat to Free Speech: City planners won't let private citizens put bright red signs on their own lawns."
"Chief Justice Ricky Polston applies for FSU presidency":
The Associated Press has a report
that begins, "Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Ricky Polston on Saturday jumped into the race to become the next president of Florida State University."
"Battle lines of judicial activism, from our own Minnesota Supreme Court; The crucible: A case over whether drunken driving is ever acceptable, even to escape danger."
Columnist D.J. Tice has this op-ed
today in The Minneapolis Star Tribune.
You can access at this link the recent ruling of the Supreme Court of Minnesota that is the subject of today's op-ed.
"U.S. Supreme Court decision in IQ death penalty case creates new delays":
Columnist Dan DeWitt has this op-ed
today in The Tampa Bay Times.
Slow news day in Buffalo?
Today's edition of The Buffalo News contains an article headlined "Lockport attorney appears before Supreme Court -- again
According to the article, "It's the second consecutive year that Winter will rise before the high court on the first Monday in June to ask the justices to admit members of his law fraternity to practice in the Supreme Court."