"State fight brews over charities":
The Tribune-Democrat of Johnstown, Pennsylvania has this report
"New York prayer case could have local input -- and impact":
Monday's edition of The Winston-Salem Journal will contain this article
"Anticipation Turns to Acceptance as California Awaits Marriage Ruling": This article
will appear Monday in The New York Times.
Monday's edition of The Los Angeles Times will contain an article headlined "The man behind the Proposition 8 lawsuit: When Chad Griffin challenged California's same-sex marriage ban, gay rights groups feared the case was too risky; Now he's hailed as a visionary."
And in Monday's edition of The Wall Street Journal, Jess Bravin will have an article headlined "Court Sifts Legalities in Gay-Marriage Suits; Procedural Thicket Could Obscure Public's Yes-or-No Choice." You can freely access the full text of the article via Google News.
"The highest dictionary in the land?"
"OUPblog" has this marriage-related post
"DMV data case against top SC trial lawyers returned to lower court":
The State of Columbia, South Carolina has this report
"High court poised for a week of high-stakes rulings":
Bill Mears of CNN.com has this report
And Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News reports that "Historic Week Opens as High Court Saves Biggest Cases for Last."
"States Reined In by 1965 Voting Act Await a Decision":
Campbell Robertson will have this article
Monday in The New York Times.
"In All Four Big Cases, Supreme Court's Decision Could Be Not To Decide: A procedural question about whether the right party is before the court could be a hurdle for the pending Supreme Court cases involving the Defense of Marriage Act, California's Proposition 8, affirmative action policies, and the Voting Rights Act."
Chris Geidner of BuzzFeed has this report
"A Test Track for Tuning Up Supreme Court Arguments":
In Monday's edition of The New York Times, Adam Liptak will have this new installment
of his "Sidebar" column.
"Supreme Court Comes to Defense of Business":
Brent Kendall 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 News.
"Fish, Fetuses, Fletcher and the Idea of Pain":
Senior U.S. District Judge Richard G. Kopf
had this post
Friday at his blog, "Hercules and the Umpire."
"President-Congress showdown reaches high court; Battle over President Obama's labor board appointments could result in landmark decision about presidential power and congressional oversight":
Richard Wolf will have this article
in Monday's edition of USA Today.
"Conservative Justices United in Cutting Back Civil Litigation":
Kenneth Jost has this post
today at his blog, "Jost On Justice."
"High Court Sticks to Its Ways, Oblivious to Social Media":
Michael D. Shear will have this article
in Monday's edition of The New York Times.
"Gay marriage in Supreme Court: Nation will be glued to Web awaiting rulings."
Howard Mintz of The San Jose Mercury News has an article
that begins, "Decades ago, the U.S. Supreme Court would wind up its term each summer in relatively obscure fashion compared with the Internet microscope trained on its decisions today."
"Affirmative action ban at UC, 15 years later": This front page article
appears today in The Oakland Tribune. The newspaper also contains a related article headlined "UC after Proposition 209: How minority student admissions changed
"Supreme Court decisions test chief justice's moderate approach; The court will likely be strongly divided on affirmative action, voting rights and same-sex marriage, presenting Roberts with a difficult choice":
David G. Savage has this news analysis
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Supreme Court has range of options on gay marriage":
Mark Sherman of The Associated Press has this report
And The AP also reports that "3 blockbusters among Supreme Court's last cases."
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Voter ID repercussions could be vast."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report