"Mass. Governor Wants Gay Wedding Vote":
The Associated Press provides a report
that begins, "Gov. Mitt Romney said Sunday he would ask the state's highest court to order an anti-gay marriage amendment question onto the ballot if legislators fail to vote on the matter when they reconvene in January."
On the op-ed page of today's edition of The Los Angeles Times:
Menachem Z. Rosensaft has an op-ed entitled "Profiting from the Holocaust: Lawyers who represent Holocaust survivors should do it for long-delayed justice rather than personal enrichment
And Law Professor Burt Neuborne has an op-ed in response entitled "What profit? I gave up $10 million; The head lawyer in the $1.25 billion Swiss banks settlement defends his request for $4.75 million in fees."
"Thomas' suit may deliver hit to news media":
Business columnist Phil Rosenthal has this essay
today in The Chicago Tribune.
"Reform on Detentions: Democrats will now have the chance to curtail the Bush administration's human rights abuses."
The Washington Post today contains an editorial
that begins, "Earlier this fall congressional Democrats made only a token effort to stop passage of deeply flawed Bush administration legislation on the detention, interrogation and trial of "enemy combatants" in the war on terrorism."
"Bye-Bye to Secret Spy Program? Why the fate of President Bush's eavesdropping program is dangling by a thread." This article
will appear in the November 27, 2006 issue of U.S. News & World Report.
"The Military: A Renewed War Over 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell.'"
The November 27, 2006 issue of Newsweek will contain this Periscope item
"Four Were Framed With The FBI's Help; $100 Million In Damages Sought": This article
appears today in The Hartford Courant.
"The mellow conservative":
Harvard Law Professor and former U.S. Solicitor General Charles Fried
is the subject of this profile
published today in the Ideas section of The Boston Globe.
"Affirmative action ban draws a challenge; Concern that U. of M. will become an all-white school for the privileged":
The National Law Journal provides this report
"Padilla Case Raises Questions About Anti-Terror Tactics; Treatment in Brig Could Hinder His Prosecution": This article
appears today in The Washington Post.