"Amid blockbuster cases, Supreme Court moving right; Under Chief Justice John Roberts, the court's tenuous conservative majority doesn't act quickly, but it acts eventually -- and it doesn't mind uprooting a few precedents or statutes along the way":
Richard Wolf will have this article
Monday in USA Today.
"Senate confirms Stevens to state Supreme Court seat":
The Citizens' Voice of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania has a news update
that begins, "The Senate voted unanimously today to confirm Judge Correale Stevens to fill a pivotal vacancy on the state Supreme Court."
The Patriot-News of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has an update headlined "Judge Correale Stevens to fill Pa. Supreme Court seat left vacant by Joan Orie Melvin."
And The Associated Press reports that "Stevens approved for Pa. Supreme Court vacancy."
"Worries Swirl Over California's Initiatives; Supreme Court's Dismissal of State's Gay-Marriage Ban Raises Concerns that the Move Sets Precedent Limiting Voter Power":
Tamara Audi 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.
"How Patton Boggs got mired in an epic legal battle with Chevron over jungle oil pits": This lengthy article
appears today in The Washington Post.
"Grumpy Old Scalia v. Those Pesky Kids":
Law professor Noah Feldman
has this essay
online today at Bloomberg View.
"War in the Supreme Court: Ron Castille and Seamus McCaffery Just Can't Get Along; As allegations of impropriety pile up against Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery, the real story may be his strained relationship with Chief Justice Ron Castille; Here, the inside tale of the very personal feud that's tearing the state's highest court apart." This article
appears in the July 2013 issue of Philadelphia Magazine.
"Supreme Ct. to consider fight over frozen assets":
The Associated Press has this report
"An Athens story: From sharecropping to the U.S. Supreme Court."
Today's edition of The Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald contains an article
that begins, "When Fred Smith Jr. reports for work this week, the native Athenian will achieve something unimaginable by his forebears from just two generations ago. He is among the new crop of U.S. Supreme Court law clerks. Starting Monday, Smith will spend the next year working for Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor."
"Fewer elections for top court would restore civility, public trust, special task force says": This article
appeared yesterday in The Wisconsin State Journal.
And The Associated Press reports that "Panel suggests term limits for state Supreme Court; Task force of attorneys recommends one 16-year term for justices."
"Supreme Court term ends with no easy way to label it":
Bill Mears of CNN.com has this news analysis
"Why states that ban gay marriage are resting easy after Supreme Court rulings: As gay marriage supporters celebrate this week's rulings at the US Supreme Court, states that prohibit same-sex marriage are also elated, reassured that their bans are not in legal jeopardy."
The Christian Science Monitor has this report
And USA Today reports that "Polygamists find promise in Supreme Court decisions; Polygamists view the Supreme Court's repeal of DOMA and Prop 8 as a step towards wider social -- and in turn, legal -- acceptance of polygamy; Legal scholars, on the other hand, are not as optimistic."
"The Supreme Court's new view of equal justice; This term's landmark decisions mark a fresh beginning for gay rights, and the end of an era for old civil rights laws":
David G. Savage has this article
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Supreme Court ruling puts new focus on whether Texas' 'Top 10 Percent' admissions rule is working": This article
appears today in The Dallas Morning News.
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: DOMA and Prop 8, finding the light."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report