Weekly Roundup – July 10, 2013

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Why the Supreme Court annoys both the left and the right

The Electronic Privacy Information Center petitioned the Supreme Court to stop the NSA surveillance program

Employers must now offer federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples – but there are unanswered questions

Richard Epstein writes on the “myth” that the Supreme Court is pro-business

Buoyed by the Defense of Marriage Act decision, gay couples in several states are challenging same-sex marriage bans

Which Supreme Court justices are most likely to vote together – and why?

Adam Liptak published a new e-book on the same-sex marriage cases from the 2012 Term.

Andrew Cohen wrote on the Supreme Court’s pending appeal from Warren Hill, a mentally retarded man scheduled to be executed next Monday.