"Supreme Court to determine legality of reselling iphones, cars, textbooks":
The Washington Times has this report
And Bill Mears of CNN.com reports that "Supreme Court to hear arguments in case of student who resold books."
"Groups battle over how to pick judges in Missouri":
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has this report
"3 seats up for grabs on state's highest civil court":
Today's edition of The Houston Chronicle contains an article
that begins, "The state Supreme Court has shaped the public schools that Texans' children attend, the beaches they stroll and their rights as workers, but the justices' importance is belied by the scant attention they receive at election time."
"The 'Ten Commandments Judge' Wants His Seat Back": This audio segment
appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Weekend Edition Saturday
"Local author tells stories of women on Supreme Court; New book by Nichola Gutgold reveals how female Supreme Court justices have moved from 'Obstacles to Options'":
Today's edition of The Morning Call of Allentown, Pennsylvania contains this article
reporting on Nichola Gutgold's new book, "The Rhetoric of Supreme Court Women: From Obstacles to Options
"Arizona Supreme Court Justice Pelander fights effort to oust him; Pelander's rare campaign a response to 'tea party' anger over court ruling":
Michael Kiefer has this article
today in The Arizona Republic.
"How the Supreme Court Stacked the Deck Against Economic Liberty: A federal price-fixing case highlights the judiciary's troubling deference to government regulation."
Damon W. Root has this essay
online today at Reason.
"Why Amnesty Should Lose at the Supreme Court: It's not the job of judges to stop warrantless wiretapping."
Law professor Eric Posner
has this essay
online at Slate.