"Decision on gay 'conversion therapy' ban depends on other rulings; The dispute is before the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which is expected to decide within the next several days whether to put the law on hold before it takes effect Jan. 1":
Maura Dolan has this article
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Judges take on ministers over supreme court; Chris Grayling told by judiciary to give up power to appoint chief executive":
The Guardian (UK) has this news update
"New state Supreme Court justice clearly has his mind made up":
Columnist James Gill of The Times-Picayune of New Orleans has this essay
"Florida's Property Rights Abuse Lands at the Supreme Court; The justices prepare to hear a major 5th Amendment case":
Damon W. Root has this essay
online at Reason.
"Remove a Stain on the Supreme Court by Impeaching Justice Scalia; He's been off the rails for years, but the justice's latest outburst regarding homosexuality should be the last straw: it's time for Congress to kick him out."
Law professor David R. Dow
had this essay
online Friday at The Daily Beast.
Friday at The Huffington Post, Michael Russnow had an essay titled "Scalia's Gay Stance Is Unacceptable: Recusal From Supreme Court Deliberations on DOMA and California Proposition 8 Is Called For."
And in Friday's edition of The Chicago Tribune, Bill Press had an op-ed titled "Scalia has no right to rule on same-sex marriage."
"Same-Sex Marriage and the Supreme Court": This segment
appeared on Friday's broadcast of the PBS program "Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
"Common ground on affirmative action: Asian-Americans, like students of other races, benefit from the kind of diversity that enriches their education and prepares them for careers in the global workplace."
Khin Mai Aung and Robert Toone will have this op-ed
in tomorrow's edition of The National Law Journal.
"Obama administration drops appeal over Guantanamo rules":
Josh Gerstein had this post
yesterday at Politico.com.
"To Judge Richard Posner, Gun Control Is a Joke; Days before Newtown, the Seventh Circuit extended the Second Amendment beyond even the Supreme Court's decisions":
Law professor Garrett Epps
has this essay
online today at The Atlantic.
And Andrew Cohen has an essay entitled "Guns, Parents and Sandy Hook: Time to Take The Bullet; The National Rifle Association is a mighty thing; But it is still no match for the political power of parents in America."
"High court fight looms over right to carry a gun":
Mark Sherman of The Associated Press has this report
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Woman, 83, unlikely same-sex marriage warrior."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report