Weekly Roundup – March 26, 2014

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Hobby Lobby Arguments

The Court is considering whether corporations can raise religious liberty claims. But might they dodge the question?

Watch the Oyez case page on Friday for Hobby Lobby oral argument audio and transcript

Adam Liptak reports on the implications of the Hobby Lobby case: “If Hobby Lobby were to prevail, the consequences would extend far beyond the issue of contraception.”

Read the Wall Street Journal’s live blog of Hobby Lobby oral arguments

NBC’s Pete Williams & SCOTUSblog’s Amy Howe discussed Hobby Lobby argument with questions submitted by Twitter users

Yesterday’s oral argument was on one of this Term’s most contentious cases – whether corporations are required to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s contraception mandate. Read about the divided Court’s questions

Everything Else

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard argument in a First Amendment case that anti-Bush protesters brought against the Secret Service. Professor Steven Heyman takes you Inside the Case

Jeff Toobin has thoughts on who President Obama might appoint to the Supreme Court if faced with a vacancy this term

Justice Kagan on her favorite Justices, advice to law students, and hunting antelope

Justice Scalia can dissent even in his sleep! Read about his recent remarks to Coast Guard cadets

“Just leave her alone!” – Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick on the debate about whether Ginsburg should retire

Does Fourth Amendment protect computer data? Scalia says it’s a really good question

The Court rules in US v. Castleman that those with a previous conviction for domestic violence can’t own a gun

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