"After Supreme Court term, line between 'liberal' and 'conservative' is blurrier":
Robert Barnes will have this article
Sunday in The Washington Post.
Meanwhile, in today's newspaper, Barnes and Del Quentin Wilber have an article headlined "Chief Justice John Roberts's health-care ruling gets plenty second-guessing."
"We lost on health care. But the Constitution won."
Law professor Randy Barnett
has this essay
online at The Washington Post.
"For Attorneys General, Long Shot Brings Payoffs":
Sunday's edition of The New York Times will contain an article
that begins, "Few handicappers gave a band of Republican attorneys general much chance of success when they filed a constitutional challenge to President Obama's health care law just minutes after it was signed on March 23, 2010."
"Supreme Court Moving Beyond Its Old Divides":
Adam Liptak will have this article
Sunday in The New York Times.
"Chief Justice Roberts and His Apologists: Some conservatives see a silver lining in the ObamaCare ruling; But it's exactly the big-government disaster it appears to be."
Law professor John Yoo
has this op-ed
today in The Wall Street Journal.
And at Bloomberg News, law professor Stephen L. Carter has an essay entitled "The Supreme Court's Most Impressive Achievement."
"Under Watchful Eye, Circuit Fares Better":
Scott Graham of The Recorder has this report
on the Ninth Circuit
's record at the U.S. Supreme Court
in the just-completed Term.
"Miss. may be only state without abortion clinic":
The Associated Press has this report
"Chief Justice Roberts signals that Supreme Court remains independent; His healthcare and immigration decisions upset conservatives, surprised liberals -- and restored the faith of many in the idea of a nonpartisan judicial branch":
David G. Savage of The Los Angeles Times has this report