"University Is Uneasy as Court Ruling Allows Guns on Campus": This article
appears today in The New York Times.
"Supreme Court candidates won't accept endorsements from parties":
Friday's edition of The Helena Independent Record contained an article
that begins, "While a federal court says political parties can now endorse nonpartisan judicial candidates in Montana, the two candidates for an open state Supreme Court seat said this week they won't accept the endorsements -- because a state judicial ethics code forbids it."
"Little-known female billionaire holds 15% stake in Koch":
Bloomberg News has this report
. According to the article, "Marshall, who gained control of the Koch stake following the death of her husband, E. Pierce Marshall, in 2006, has never appeared on an international wealth ranking, although her estate has been at the center of two U.S. Supreme Court cases involving her mother-in-law, Anna Nicole Smith."
"In surprise move, Florida GOP opposes Supreme Court justices' retention in November; In a unanimous vote of its board, the Florida Republican Party took the unprecedented move Friday of opposing three Supreme Court justices because of a nine-year-old ruling in a murder case": This article
appeared yesterday in The Miami Herald.
"Ala. race has 10 Commandments judge, slain judge's son":
USA Today has this report
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Free speech and Islam on fire."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report