Weekly Roundup – March 20, 2015

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The world of Justice Sonia Sotomayor: a look at the justice’s autobiography.

There is still one question left to settle before next month’s same-sex marriage case at the Supreme Court—who will get to argue the case?

In The New York Times, Professor William Baude asks whether Obama could bypass the Court if the president’s health care plan is overruled. In the Chicago Tribune, Professor Noah Feldman answers with a resounding no.

As the justices decide whether to address Wisconsin’s voter ID law, Linda Greenhouse argues that the Supreme Court suffers from an identity crisis on voting rights.

This week, the Court also considered taking a case seeking to lower vaccine court standards—making it easier for people injured by vaccines to win compensation from the government.

Can states control the messages that appear on specialty license plates? That depends on if the “voice of the license plate” belongs to the government or the motorist, a question the Supreme Court will consider next week.

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