Weekly Roundup – December 12, 2014

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Why the Supreme Court might agree to hear a same-sex marriage case after all.

In January, the Court will hear a case concerning the constitutionality of a Massachusetts ordinance banning “aggressive begging.”

The Court’s decision not to intervene in BP’s gulf spill legal war could increase the company’s liability to billions more than anticipated.

The Court ruled on Tuesday that Amazon does not have to pay warehouse workers for time spent waiting to go through security screenings.

Bobby Chen—who, without a lawyer, persuaded the Court to hear his case—has gone missing.

The Justices appeared split along ideological lines in Wednesday’s U.S. v. Wong oral argument.

Linda Greenhouse reflects on the Court and rights for pregnant workers.

An in-depth Reuters report looks at the small, elite group of lawyers who wield outsize influence at the Supreme Court.

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