"Supreme Court conservatives are playing a long game":
David G. Savage will have this article
in Saturday's edition of The Los Angeles Times.
"Obama Weighs Steps to Cover Contraception":
Robert Pear and Adam Liptak will have this article
in Saturday's edition of The New York Times.
And The Washington Post has a news update headlined "High court's college birth-control ruling may further outrage Democrats, mobilize them."
"High court is right's backstop":
Niall Stanage has this report
online today at The Hill.
"Quick Change Justice: While you were sleeping, Hobby Lobby just got so much worse."
Dahlia Lithwick and Sonja West
have this jurisprudence essay
online today at Slate.
"Christian School's Relief on Contraception Coverage Could Embolden Others; Supreme Court Temporary Order Gives Wheaton College a Way Around Compromise Offered by Obama Administration":
Jess Bravin will have this article
in Saturday's edition of The Wall Street Journal.
You can freely access the full text of the article via Google.
"Google Starts Erasing Links for Searches in Europe":
Today's edition of The New York Times contains an article
that begins, "In May, a European court told Google it must assist people in cleaning up their online reputations by ruling that there is a 'right to be forgotten.'"
"Hobby Lobby 2.0: Don't blame Justice Ginsburg."
Steven Mazie has this blog post
online at The Economist.
"Signs That the Supreme Court May Push Back Against the NSA: A recent ruling in a case on cell-phone searches may point to future limitations on surveillance."
Conor Friedersdorf has this essay
online at The Atlantic.
"The Supreme Court's Fish Tale: A federal case involving a commercial fisherman who discarded some groupers could broaden Sarbanes-Oxley's scope to a burdensome degree."
Jim McTague has this essay
online today at Barron's.
You can freely access the full text of the essay via Google.
"Book review: 'On Democracy's Doorstop,' by J. Douglas Smith."
In Sunday's edition of The Washington Post, David Garrow will have this review
of J. Douglas Smith
's new book, "On Democracy's Doorstep: The Inside Story of How the Supreme Court Brought 'One Person, One Vote' to the United States