"Washington state provides case study on effects of heath-care reform":
Sunday's edition of The Washington Post will contain an article
that begins, "If the Supreme Court overturns the health-care reform law's individual mandate -- a decision that could come as soon as Monday -- it won't be totally unknown territory. For Washington state, it would be quite familiar."
And Sunday's edition of The Chicago Tribune will contain an article headlined "AMA wants higher Medicare payments; Doctors' group hones lobbying priorities at annual meeting as it awaits ruling on health care law."
"Sam Ervin IV blasts super PAC supporting opponent Paul Newby":
The News & Observer of Raleigh, North Carolina has a blog post
that begins, "Democrat Sam Ervin IV called for Democrats to reject ideologue judges beholden to partisan donors as he blasted a super PAC formed to help his state Supreme Court opponent Paul Newby."
"Possible outcomes in pivotal health care law case":
The Associated Press has this report
USA Today has an article headlined "Supreme court ruling won't stop push to control health costs."
CNNMoney reports that "For 20-somethings, health care hangs in the balance."
Today's edition of The Wall Street Journal contains an editorial entitled "GOPCare: The Republican vacuum as the Supreme Court prepares to rule."
And online at The New Yorker, Hendrik Hertzberg has a broccoli-themed blog post titled "Vegged Out."
"Federal appeals court defends plan to host conference in Maui":
Howard Mintz of The San Jose Mercury News has this update
My most recent earlier coverage, from last night, can be accessed here.
"USS Cole case defense lawyers want chief Guantanamo judge removed; The motion was under seal this weekend, but the lawyers argue he has a career motive to keep the case alive, as well as no capital trial experience":
Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald has this report
"Explaining Muppet Theory: Are You An Ernie Or A Bert?" This audio segment
featuring Dahlia Lithwick appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Weekend Edition Saturday
"Supreme Court's perception gap: High court's judges only have eyes for the Constitution."
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has this essay
online at The Washington Times.
"Justice Ginsburg suggests 'sharp disagreement' over hot-button cases":
Bill Mears of CNN.com has this report
"Texas Supreme Court agrees to review libel law":
In today's edition of The Austin American-Statesman, Chuck Lindell has an article
that begins, "The Texas Supreme Court agreed Friday to review a libel case that could substantially affect the way news media report on controversies."