"Limits On Spending Power Seen As Health Ruling's Legacy":
Bloomberg News has this report
"US judge temporarily blocks Miss. abortion law":
The Associated Press has this report
Update: Monday's edition of The New York Times will contain an article headlined "Mississippi Law Aimed at Abortion Clinic Is Blocked."
"Is the Health Care Law's 'Mandate' Really a Tax?" Seventh Circuit
Judge Richard A. Posner
has this post
today at "The Becker-Posner Blog."
"An Abbey's Run-In With Law On Who Can Sell Caskets":
This evening's broadcast of NPR's "All Things Considered
" contained this audio segment
"The Court's Top Blogger: Howard Kurtz talks to SCOTUSblog founder Tom Goldstein about his blog's big week." This video segment
appeared on today's broadcast of CNN's "Reliable Sources."
"Roberts switched views to uphold health care law":
Jan Crawford of CBS News has this very interesting report
"Source: Roberts Switched Sides."
National Review Online's "The Corner" blog has a post
that begins, "On Face the Nation
this morning, CBS legal correspondent and Supreme Court watcher Jan Crawford seems to have confirmed the theory that Chief Justice John Roberts originally voted to strike down the individual mandate before switching his vote, and that a sustained effort was made by the dissenters to win him back, to no avail."
Related tweets from CBS News senior producer Caroline Horn can be accessed here and here.
Update: "NewsBusters" has a post titled "CBS News: Roberts Was Going to Overturn ObamaCare But Changed His Mind" that provides access to the pertinent video and transcript from today's broadcast of the CBS News program "Face the Nation."
"Welcome to the Roberts Court: How the Chief Justice Used Obamacare to Reveal His True Identity."
Law professor Jeffrey Rosen
has this blog post
online at The New Republic.
"Supreme Court Review: The Tyranny of the Majority."
Andrew Cohen has this essay
online at The Atlantic.
"Five Years After the Cheshire Home Invasion, A Killer Answers Questions":
Alaine Griffin has this article
today in The Hartford Courant.
"High-court ruling could help municipalities like Altoona":
William Kibler has this lengthy front page article
, in which I am mentioned, in today's edition of The Altoona Mirror.